THIS IS AN ONLINE ARCHIVE OF THE 2012 CYPRUS EU PRESIDENCY WEBSITE. THE WEBSITE WILL NO LONGER BE UPDATED.
 

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25.06.2012, 10:53 (CET)
The official website of the Cyprus EU Presidency, cy2012.eu, is set to be a fast, reliable and transparent information medium for foreign and local media, as well as for the wider public. According to the Cyprus government spokesperson, Mr. Stefanos Stefanou, the website “will constitute the main source of information and a fundamental communications medium concerning issues of the Presidency”....
22.06.2012, 08:06 (CET)
As Cyprus prepares to assume its first Presidency of the Council of the European Union, there is certainly no shortage of challenging items on the agenda over the next six months. The issue of the Multiannual Financial Framework (MFF) is the number one priority for Cyprus’ Deputy Minister for European Affairs, Mr....
22.06.2012, 08:02 (CET)
Cyprus’ European cultural identity and the island’s role as an inspiration for European artists through the centuries will be on display in Brussels until the end of September, at the historic BOZAR (Palais des Beaux-Arts). The exhibition “Mapping Cyprus: Crusaders, Traders and Explorers”, open to the public since yesterday at the Bozar Expo, will be a window to the rich history of Cyprus during almost eight centuries of European and Ottoman rule....
21.06.2012, 13:35 (CET)
On July 1, Cyprus assumes its first Presidency of the Council of the European Union. The official website of the Presidency, cy2012.eu, aims to be a vital tool for the dissemination of information on the Cyprus Presidency. From July 1 to December 31, the website will provide news and information on the Presidency, the EU and Cyprus....
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