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On Wednesday, 24th June 2020, the decisions of the President of the Republic of Cyprus, Mr. Nicos Anastasiades, were announced in relation to the Cabinet reshuffle, giving the government new impetus to decision-making in facing these challenging times, amidst the coronavirus crisis (https://www.stockwatch.com.cy/en/article/prosopa/president-reshuffles-cabinet). Amongst the new appointments,...

On Wednesday, 24th June 2020, the decisions of the President of the Republic of Cyprus, Mr. Nicos Anastasiades, were announced in relation to the Cabinet reshuffle, giving the government new impetus to decision-making in facing these challenging times, amidst the coronavirus crisis (https://www.stockwatch.com.cy/en/article/prosopa/president-reshuffles-cabinet). Amongst the new appointments,...

On the 3rd June 2020, the Council of Ministers decided upon easing coronavirus restriction measures, earlier than expected, as Cyprus nears the third phase of the government’s lockdown exit plan (https://www.philenews.com/koinonia/eidiseis/article/951398/o-odikos-chartis-ton-neon-chalaroseon). The above follows the meeting chaired by the President of the Republic of Cyprus, Mr. Nicos...

Cyprus and Greece have announced this week that they will start opening up to tourism, as both countries gradually lift restrictions imposed to stem the spread of the coronavirus (https://www.ekathimerini.com/252871/article/ekathimerini/business/cyprus-will-open-its-airports-again-on-june-9) (https://cyprus-mail.com/2020/05/21/greece-to-allow-international-flights-to-tourist-destinations-from-july-1/) More specifically, Cyprus announced that the airports will be opened in two phases, following a...

TUI, the multinational travel and tourism company, headquartered in Hannover, Germany, announced its intention to restart the holiday industry during the peak season, with package deals to "safe" destinations, including Cyprus. At the same time, airlines plan to resume operations from July, and the European...

It was reported, that the European Commission’s Vice-President of Digital, Margrethe Vestager, on the 5th May 2020, has urged member states to proceed, and not delay, their 5G spectrum assignments, amidst the challenges that the coronavirus crisis has caused to the industry (https://www.euractiv.com/section/digital/news/vestager-urges-eu-member-states-not-to-backtrack-on-5g/?utm_source=EURACTIV&utm_campaign=023b709d5b-RSS_EMAIL_EN_Daily_Update&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_c59e2fd7a9-023b709d5b-114953471). More specifically, her urge...