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The Future of Eastern Mediterranean Gas – An Interview with PRIO Cyprus

The Future of Eastern Mediterranean Gas – An Interview with PRIO Cyprus

PRIO Cyprus Centre (PCC), in collaboration with the Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung in Cyprus, the Atlantic Council, Istituto Affari and Strata Insight is organising its annual Conference On Energy entitled ‘The Future of Eastern Mediterranean Gas’. The Conference will be held on the 21st of November at Chateau Status in Nicosia UN Buffer Zone. On the occasion of the

The Public Debate on Cyprus Needs More Accurate Information

The last year was not one particularly full of good news in the eastern Mediterranean. The rise of ISIS, the economic crisis in Greece, the humanitarian catastrophe that is the refugee crisis, and political instability in Turkey are just few of the issues that make the region volatile. With this as a backdrop, the current

Cyprus initiative in Israeli-Palestinian conflict

President Nicos Anastasiades takes the initiative to bridge the gap in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, as a part of a new EU effort to promote stability and security in the region. Anastasiades had a telephone conversation on Thursday with Palestinian Authority president Mahmoud Abbas, relating the message that Europe wants to invite the two leaders in

[email protected]:Cyprus open to Turkey if there is solution

Energy Minister Giorgos Lakkotrypis says natural gas could go to Europe through Turkey, but only if expert studies concur and there is a solution to the Cyprus problem. The minister spoke to Turkish newspaper Milliet, where he highlighted the huge potential role that Cyprus could play in the Eastern Mediterranean if problems in the region