Archive for July, 2017

Conference in Crans-Montana a landmark for Cyprus issue, says Russian Ambassador in Nicosia

Russia’s Ambassador to Nicosia Stanislav Osadchiy has described the Conference on Cyprus that took place in Crans-Montana, Switzerland, as a landmark for the Cyprus issue, and reiterated his country’s support for a solution to the problem.

“The efforts for a …

President hopes Turkey will revise its intransigent positions on Cyprus security and guarantees

President of the Republic Nicos Anastasiades conveys to the international community and to Turkey the message that the Greek Cypriot community is strongly committed to negotiate a Cyprus solution within the parameters set by the Secretary General of the United

UN concerned about the ongoing tensions in the area of Cyprus, UNSG spokesperson says

“We would not want to see any incidents, and we are obviously concerned about the ongoing tensions in that area”, the UNSG spokesperson Stephane Dujarric has said when asked to comment on the start of the exploration drilling in the

Cyprus action day in Parliament as Cypriot Government Spokesperson visits

  • The unacceptable status quo is not an option for neither Greek Cypriots nor Turkish Cypriots. The outcome in Crans-Montana is not a positive development… We remain fully committed to negotiating within the UNSG framework, which clearly states that the

UK Cypriots: Son to donate kidney to his father

Twenty-seven years ago, Xenios Matjilla’s grandmother Christine donated a kidney to his father John Matjilla. It meant that he was able to live a healthy, active life and go on to raise three children.

Unfortunately, earlier this year, the kidney …

It’s difficult to find a Cyprus solution outside the UN parameters, Russian Ambassador in Nicosia says 

Russia’s Ambassador to Nicosia Stanislav Osadchiy has expressed the position that it is difficult to find a just solution to the Cyprus problem outside of the parameters of the United Nations.

Asked to comment on Turkey`s position that a solution …

Turkish president says lifting emergency rule currently out of question

Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan on Wednesday ruled out an immediate end to the year-old state of emergency imposed after a failed coup, saying it could only be lifted once a fight against terrorism was finished.


Earlier on Wednesday Turkish …

Premier League clubs boast record revenues – Deloitte

LONDON (Reuters) – The Premier League’s reputation as richest in the world was reinforced by an annual football finance report which showed record revenue of 3.6 billion pounds in 2015/16, a 9 percent jump on the previous season.


Across …

Leeds United should consider a move for this Cypriot player that Sir Alex Ferguson once scouted

After the arrival of Thomas Christiansen as new manager at Elland Road, many fans thought the former Spanish international would resort to players he had much success with over in Cyprus, but with him bringing in Mateusz Klich, Felix Wiedwald,

Cleric Gulen says he would not flee U.S. to avoid extradition to Turkey

Fethullah Gulen, the US-based Muslim cleric accused by Turkey of instigating last year’s failed coup, says he has no plans to flee the United States and would accept extradition if Washington agrees to a request by Ankara to hand him …