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The Cypress Observer is your online news source for current events across the country of Cyprus. We strive to bring you the latest news, updates and current events from across the region with a major focus on politics and business.

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HALF A TON OF ILLEGAL MEAT FOUND IN VEHICLE

  Nicosia CID’s Anti-Smuggling Unit has found over five hundred kilos of illegally procured meat in a vehicle. The police initially spotted the vehicle moving suspiciously and having its headlights switched off. They then stopped the car and inspected it, only to find a half ton package of beef. A second car was also found, […]

FINANCE MINISTER ATTENDS MEETING WITH ECOFIN AND EUROGROUP

  Makis Keravnos, Cyprus’ minister of finance has reached Brussels to take part in the large-scale meeting with the EU council of finance ministers (Ecofin) & Eurogroup as its participants. The meeting’s agenda includes an in-depth discussion of current policies and its negative effects on the price of energy resources. Also included will be a […]

CMP RECEIVED 40,000 EUROS DONATION FROM GREECE

  In a bid to help Cyprus in its mission to find persons missing since the war, Greece has donated 40,000 Euros to The Committee on Missing Persons in Cyprus (CMP). The addition of this amount to the donation pool makes the total funding since 2006 stand at 385,000 Euros. Founded in 1981, The CMP […]

CHILD AMONG RESCUED SYRIAN MIGRANTS HAS DIED

  An official from the Cypriot forces has confirmed that one of the children found in the migrant boat has died. The child – one out of five – was hospitalized having been found in critical condition on the makeshift boat with sixty migrants on board. The migrants, all of whom are Syrian nationals, were […]

CYPRIOT PRESIDENT MEETS WITH THE SECRETARY GENERAL OF THE COUNCIL OF EUROPE

  Nikos Christodoulides, the President of Cyprus has completed his meeting with Marija Pejčinović Burić, the Secretary General of the Council of Europe. Topics discussed during the meeting were mainly about the following up to the Reykjavik Summit. It included matters such as rising to the needs and challenges of artificial intelligence, changing climatic situations, […]

CABINET SHAKE-UP; NEW DEFENSE MINISTER APPOINTED IN CYPRUS

  The president of Cyprus has moved forward with his plan to shake-up his Cabinet. So far, the ministers of justice, defense, environment and health, along with deputy ministers of European affairs and digital policy have all been replaced. This development comes after only 10 months of the new president in power, and a week’s […]

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