Greece donates presidential aircraft to Cyprus

The Greek government has presented a Dassault Falcon jet to the Cypriot government for use as a presidential aircraft. The transfer of the aircraft took place at the Elefsina air base near Athens in the presence of Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis and Cypriot President Nikos Anastasiadis. Greece received the aircraft free of charge from Dassault […]

Cyprus is bad without Russian tourists

Cyprus hoteliers complain about the loss of income due to the lack of Russian tourists. After the difficult pandemic years, the island’s tourism industry is trying to get back on its feet. However, travel restrictions and sanctions imposed on Russia over its invasion of Ukraine have significantly reduced the number of tourists from Russia. If […]

Alarm sirens woke divided Cyprus

Residents of Cyprus woke up to the sound of alarm sirens throughout the island early Wednesday morning to commemorate the anniversary of the Turkish Operation Attila launched on July 20, 1974. The two communities of the divided nation remember this piece of history differently. Sirens were heard in the Republic of Cyprus early on Wednesday […]

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