Tag: Cyprus

Cyprus bail-in Theodoros Patsellis PRP-Law

Cyprus Bail-in. A back door solution perhaps?

On March 25, 2013, the Cypriot bail-in became a reality and thousands of people saw their savings melt. In an effort to rebounce, Greek investors who were affected by the bail-in have sought legal resort and now seem to stand a fair chance to have their case tried and possibly recuperate a portion of their losses.

Turkish FM: The EU does not dare to try and sanction Turkey 1

Turkish FM: The EU does not dare to try and sanction Turkey

At the Brussels Summit about Turkey’s hostilities against Greece and Cyprus in the the Eastern Mediterranean, Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu warned in an interview with the Italian newspaper La Stampa that…

Republic of Cyprus celebrates its 60th anniversary 3

Republic of Cyprus celebrates its 60th anniversary

Today the Republic of Cyprus proudly celebrates its 60th anniversary since the declaration of its Independence from the United Kingdom. Ever since 1960, the 1st of October marks the anniversary of the…

Greece will spare no effort in solving Cyprus issue 4

Greece will spare no effort in solving Cyprus issue

Athens sent a message of unwavering support and solidarity to Cyprus on the 60th anniversary of the Republics’ establishment, with Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis, noting that Turkish violations against the sovereignty…

Europa League Game moved from Armenia to Cyprus

Europa League Game moved from Armenia to Cyprus

Armenia will no longer host a Europa League soccer game on Thursday amid the country’s escalating conflict with neighbouring Azerbaijan. UEFA on Tuesday said the playoff game in the capital city of…

Germany told Cyprus that Turkey will not be sanctioned 6

Germany told Cyprus that Turkey will not be sanctioned

German officials told the Cypriot government that it is highly unlikely that Turkey will be sanctioned for aggression against Greece and Cyprus, which includes sending warships into their maritime space, the English-language…

Turkey is isolated from Europeans and Arabs like never before 7

Turkey is isolated from Europeans and Arabs like never before

Last week, Erdogan and his foreign minster Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu expressed their sadness that Egypt refuses to sign a maritime agreement with Turkey but signed one with Greece. Çavuşoğlu went onto say that…

Celestyal Cruises reveals new flagship set to debut in March 2021

Celestyal Cruises reveals new flagship set to debut in March 2021

From March 2021, Celestyal Cruises plans to resume operations with its new flagship ‘Celestyal Experience’. The ship’s first sailing for 2021 will be on March 06, with the seven-night ‘Three Continents’ itinerary…

SME Elena Kontou, CEO of Sepaga EMI

Dawn of the SMED

Cyprus is fast emerging as a real contender in the cut-throat arena of international commerce with SMEs increasingly looking to this corner of the Mediterranean to grow their wealth.

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