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Ζητούνται άτομα στο IT ή Technology τομέα

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GISP Technology Cyprus Group: Ζητούνται άτομα στο Telecommunications τομέα – Λάρνακα GISP TECHNOLOGY CYPRUS GROUP LTD has recently established their Europe division in Larnaca, and are seeking to hire a number of individuals for a variety of IT, telecommunication, and data related positions. We are a dynamic growth company specializing in the software, marketing, and ...
          

Ζητείται Graphic Designer 

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GISP Technology Cyprus Group: Ζητείται Graphic Designer – Λάρνακα GISP TECHNOLOGY CYPRUS GROUP LTD is seeking to hire a talented and experienced graphic designer to join our organization as a member of a dynamic and creative team.  We deliver high – profile information solutions across the globe, and are continually developing our creative and digital content in response ...
          

Ζητείται Accountant

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GISP Technology Cyprus Group: Ζητείται Accountant – Λάρνακα ISP TECHNOLOGY CYPRUS GROUP LTD is seeking to hire a full time Accountant to join our organization as a member of a dynamic team. RESPONSIBILITIES: Maintaining records of financial transactions by establishing account and posting transactions. Monitoring account balances of partnered affiliates. Daily reconciliation of Bank statements. ...
          

Ζητούνται Ταμίες

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Sifounas Bakeries: Ζητούνται Ταμίες – Λευκωσία ΘΕΣΕΙΣ ΕΡΓΑΣΙΑΣ Ζητούνται για άμεση πρόσληψη Ταμίες για πλήρη απασχόληση στο Γέρι, Πέρα Χωριό και Τσέρι. Προσόντα: Καλή γνώση της Ελληνικής γλώσσας, ευγένεια και αίσθημα ομαδικότητας. Καθήκοντα: Διαχείριση ταμείου ΕΠΙΚΟΙΝΩΝΙΑ: ΤΗΛ: 22488576 EMAIL: skbakery@cablenet.com.cy  με τίτλο:”ANERGOSJOBS.COM”  CLICK HERE TO FIND JOBS IN CYPRUS CLICK HERE TO FIND JOBS IN NICOSIA CLICK HERE TO FIND JOBS ...
          

Ζητείται Κλητήρας

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Ζητείται Κλητήρας – Λευκωσία Ζητείται για άμεση εργοδότηση υπάλληλος για να εργαστεί σε μοτόρα ως Κλητήρας στην εταιρεία Messenger Express Ltd στη Λευκωσία. Για Περισσότερες πληροφορίες επικοινωνήστε στο  τηλ. 99623465 CLICK HERE TO FIND JOBS IN CYPRUS CLICK HERE TO FIND JOBS IN NICOSIA CLICK HERE TO FIND JOBS IN LIMASSOL CLICK HERE TO FIND JOBS IN LARNACA CLICK HERE ...
          

Ζητούνται Πολιτικοί Μηχανικοί

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LOIS Builders: Ζητούνται Πολιτικοί Μηχανικοί – Λευκωσία LOIS Builders, one of the biggest and most reputable contractor in Cyprus with well over 200 projects in its portfolio, including some of the most challenging and prestigious landmark project in the country, is offering this unique opportunity for a fresh Graduate to join our diverse team of ...
          

Ζητείται Διανομέας

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Parga Bookcenter: Ζητείται Διανομέας – Λευκωσία Καθήκοντα & Ευθύνες: Παγκύπρια παράδοση εμπορευμάτων Προσόντα & Ικανότητες: Απόφοιτος/η Λυκείου. Γνώση Ελληνικής γλώσσας. Προηγούμενη υπηρεσία σε παρόμοια θέση θα θεωρηθεί επιπρόσθετο προσόν Στείλτε το βιογραφικό σας στο: careers@parga.com.cy  με κωδικό 900 – ANERGOSJOBS.COM CLICK HERE TO FIND JOBS IN CYPRUS CLICK HERE TO FIND JOBS IN NICOSIA CLICK HERE TO FIND JOBS ...
          

Vassos Eliades Ltd: Θέση Εργασίας

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Vassos Eliades Ltd: Θέση Εργασίας – Λευκωσία Η εταιρεία Vassos Eliades Ltd ζητά να προσλάβει Πωλητή/Πωλήτρια στην Nespresso Boutique Mall of Cyprus-Λευκωσία. Αρμοδιότητες: Κατανόηση και πρόβλεψη προσδοκιών και απαιτήσεων των πελατών. Καθοδήγηση πελατών μέσω της διαδικασίας της πώλησης. Ανάπτυξη και κατανόηση του Nespresso Brand (καφές, μηχανές, αξεσουάρ, υπηρεσίες). Ευθύνη για την επίτευξη των εμπορικών στόχων του καταστήματος. ...
          

Ζητείται Προσωπικό σε Κυλικείο

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K.C. Trading Ltd: Ζητείται Προσωπικό σε Κυλικείο – Λευκωσία Καθήκοντα: Εξυπηρέτηση πελατών Ετοιμασία σνακς Παρασκευή καφέδων Καθαριότητα Προσόντα: Ευχάριστη προσωπικότητα Να μπορεί σε γρήγορους ρυθμούς Εργασία τις σχολικές μέρες Τηλ: 99110079, email: swisscottageergasia@gmail.com  με τίτλο:”ANERGOSJOBS.COM”   CLICK HERE TO FIND JOBS IN CYPRUS CLICK HERE TO FIND JOBS IN NICOSIA CLICK HERE TO FIND JOBS IN LIMASSOL CLICK HERE TO FIND ...
          

Ζητείται Delivery

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Ζητείται Delivery – Λεμεσός Εταιρεία στη Λεμεσό ζητά Νεαρό άνδρα για Delivery με μοτοσικλέττα για Snack – Cafe. Ωράριο: Δευτέρα – Παρασκευή / 8-17 Σάββατο 9-15 Πολύ καλός μισθός και φιλοδωρήματα. Για περισσότερες πληροφορίες επικοινωνήστε στο τηλ. 99039139 (Αντρέας Παττίχης). CLICK HERE TO FIND JOBS IN CYPRUS CLICK HERE TO FIND JOBS IN NICOSIA CLICK HERE TO FIND JOBS IN ...
          

MLS Innovation enters into market of North Macedonia

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(Telecompaper) MLS Innovation announced its entry into the market of North Macedonia, the fifth largest foreign market it enters after Cyprus, Serbia, Bulgaria and Albania...
          

Lebanon busts smuggling nationals to Cyprus

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Cyprus farmers warn of halloumi shortages over EU protection plans

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British teenager in gang rape case had no serious physical injuries, doctor tells Cyprus court

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Church Planting is Biblical

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Biblical Rationale.The Biblical rationale for church planting is so plentiful that it cannot be adequately summarized in this brief space. Nevertheless, the precedence for such an endeavor can adequately be seen in the book of Acts, where Paul and Barnabas are first set apart by the Holy Spirit for the work by the church of Antioch (Acts 13:1 3).Paul and Barnabas preach the gospel in Cyprus (13:4 21), and continue on to Pisidian Antioch where “the word of God spread through the whole region” (13:49). Despite severe persecution and nearly being stoned to death, Paul and his band continue on to Iconium, Lystra, and Derbe where the Gospel is received with varying success. Nevertheless, before returning to their home church (a more direct geographic route) Paul and his companions retrace their steps in order to “strengthen the disciples and encourage them to remain true to the faith” (14:22). Here a crucial decision is made as Paul “appointed elders for them i...
          

Nonfiction November: 100+ Nonfiction Books I Want to Read

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Nonfiction November is hosted this year by Julie (JulzReads), Sarah (Sarah’s Book Shelves), Katie (Doing Dewey), Rennie (What’s Nonfiction) — is a month-long celebration of everything nonfiction. Each week, they’ll be a different prompt and a different host looking at different ideas about reading and loving nonfiction.

Week 5 (Nov. 26 to Nov. 30)
New to my TBR (Hosted by Rennie at What’s Nonfiction?)
It’s been a month full of amazing nonfiction books! Which ones have made it onto your TBR? Be sure to link back to the original blogger who posted about that book!



What nonfiction have I added this month to my TBR?
Are you ready for this ridiculously long list of books I'm determined to track down and read? To simplify things, I'm sorting the nonfiction by themes. Thank you for sharing your favorites with me this month! 




Art/Creativity/Poetry

The Point of Poetry: How Poetry Can Teach Us About the Things in Life Which Really Matter by Joe Nutt, recommended by Rather Too Fond of Books.

The Pursuit of Art: Travels, Encounters, Revelations by Martin Gayford, recommended by Adventures in Reading, Running, and Working from Home.


Books-about-Books

Books That Saved My Life: Reading For Wisdom, Solace and Pleasure by Michael McGirr, recommended by Brona's Books.

Packing My Library: An Elegy and Ten Digressions by Alberto Manguel, recommended by Words and Peace.




Food

Buttermilk Graffiti: A Chef's Journey to Discover America's New Melting-Pot Cuisine by Edward Lee, recommended by Based on a True Story


Eight Flavors: The Untold Stories of American Cuisine by Sarah Lohman, recommended by What's Nonfiction.

Kitchen Yarns: Notes on Life, Love, and Food by Ann Hood, recommended by Unruly Reader and Gulfside Musing.

More Home Cooking: A Writer Returns to the Kitchen by Laurie Colwin, recommended by What's Nonfiction?

A Square Meal: A Culinary History of the Great Depression by Jane Ziegelman, recommended by Gulfside Musing.




History

Bury the Chains: Prophets and Rebels in the Fight to Free an Empire's Slaves by Adam Hochschild, recommended by Just One More Page.

The Children's Blizzard by David Laskin, recommended by Still Life, with Cracker Crumbs.

Dancing Bears: True Stories of People Nostalgic for Life Under Tyranny 
by Witold Szablowski, recommended by What's Nonfiction.


Escape from Paris: A True Story of Love and Resistance in Wartime France by Stephen Harding, recommended by JulzReads.

Expeditions Unpacked: What the Great Explorers Took Into the Unknown by Ed Stafford, recommended by JulzReads.

Forty Autumns: A Family’s Story of Courage and Survival on Both Sides of the Berlin Wall by Nina Willner, recommended by JulzReads and Novel Visits.

The Hidden Places of World War II: The Extraordinary Sites Where History Was Made During the War That Saved Civilization
 by Jerome M. O’Connor, recommended by JulzReads.


The Only Plane in the Sky: An Oral History of 9/11 by Garrett M. Graff, recommended by Sarah's BookshelvesTina SaysTBR, Etc., and Novel Visits.

Les Parisiennes: How the Women of Paris Lived, Loved, and Died Under Nazi Occupation 
by Anne Sebba, recommended by The Paperback Princess.


Secondhand Time: The Last of the Soviets by Svetlana Alexievich, recommended by Maphead's Book Blog.

Singled Out: How Two Million Women Survived Without Men After the First World War by Victoria Nicholson, recommended by Books Please.

When Paris Went Dark: The City of Light Under German Occupation, 1940-1944 by Ronald Rossbottom, recommended by TBR, Etc.





Memoir/Biography

Born a Crime by Trevor Noah, recommended by Bookishly BoisterousThe Lowrey Library, and Read All the Things.

Educated by Tara Westover, recommended by The Cozy Reading NookOrange County ReadersThe Lowrey Library, and An Adventure in Reading.

I Miss You When I Blink: Essays by Mary Laura Philpott, recommended by Mind JoggleTina Says, Reading Ladies' Book Club, and Sarah's Bookshelves.



Inheritance: A Memoir of Genealogy, Paternity, and Love by Dani Shapiro, recommended by Gulfside Musing and Reading Ladies' Book Club,

Kick: The True Story of JFK's Sister and the Heir to Chatsworth by Paula Byrne, recommended by The Paperback Princess.

Tell Me More by Kelly Corrigan, recommended by Sincerely Stacie.

Wine Girl: The Obstacles, Humiliations, and Triumphs of America's Youngest Sommelier by Victoria James, recommended by TBR, Etc.



Miscellaneous

Everywhere I Look by Helen Garner, recommended by NancyElin.

Why You Should Read Children's Books, Even Though You Are So Old and Wise by Katherine Rundell, recommended by Reading With Jade.




Science/Nature
21st Century Yokel by Tom Cox, recommended by Cracker Crumb Life.

Are We Smart Enough to Know How Smart Animals Are? by Franz de Waal, recommended by Maphead's Book Blog.

Around the World in 80 Trees by Jonathan Drori, recommended by Superfluous Reading.

The Armchair Birder: Discovering the Secret Lives of Familiar Birds 
by John Yow, recommended by Words and Peace.


City of Trees by Sophie Cunningham, recommended by Brona's Books.


Gathering Moss by Robin Wall Kimmerer, recommended by An Adventure in Reading.

Gulp: Adventures on the Alimentary Canal by Mary Roach, recommended by An Adventure in Reading.

The Hidden World of the Fox by Adele Brand, recommended by Book Dilettante.


How to Raise a Wild Child: The Art and Science of Falling in Love with Nature by Scott D. Sampson, recommended by Still Life With Cracker Crumbs.

Life List: A Woman's Quest for the World's Most Amazing Birds by Olivia Gentile, recommended by Words and Peace.

Pleased to Meet Me: Genes, Germs, and the Curious Forces that Make Us Who We Are by Bill Sullivan, recommended by JulzReads and What's Nonfiction?

Rewild Yourself: 23 Spells for Making Hidden Things Visible by Simon Barnes, recommended by Still Life With Cracker Crumbs.

Rewild Yourself: Becoming Nature by Rachel Corby, recommended by Still Life With Cracker Crumbs.

The Source: The Secrets of the Universe, the Science of the Brain by Tara Swart, recommended by Orange County Readers.

Superlative: The Biology of Extremes by Matthew D. LaPlante, recommended by Superfluous Reading.

Tamed: Ten Species That Changed Our World by Alice Roberts, recommended by Kate Vane.

Twelve Patients: Life and Death in Bellevue Hospital
 by Eric Mannheimer, recommended by Hopewell's Public Library of Life.

Vitamin N: 500 Ways to Enrich the Health and Happiness of Your Family and Your Community by Richard Louv, recommended by Still Life With Cracker Crumbs.

Where the Hornbeam Grows: A Journey in Search of a Garden by Beth Lynch, recommended by What Cathy Read Next.

The Wild Remedy: How Nature Mends Us - A Diary by Emma Mitchell, recommended by Reading With Jade.

The World of the Salt Marsh: Appreciating and Protecting the Tidal Marshes of the Southeastern Atlantic Coast by Charles Seabrook, recommended by The Cozy Reading Nook.

Why Birds Sing: A Journey into the Mystery of Bird Song by David Rothenberg, recommended by Words and Peace.





Self-Help/Happiness/Health

The Art of Gathering: How We Meet and Why It Matters by Priya Parker, recommended by Unruly Reader.

Any Ordinary Day: Blindsides, Resilience, and What Happens After the Worst Day of Your Life by Leigh Sales, recommended by Brona's Books.

Bird Therapy by Joe Harkness, recommended by Rather Too Fond of Books.

Create Calm by Kate James, recommended by Brona's Books.

The Dark Side of the Mind: True Stories from My Life as a Forensic Psychologist by Kerry Daynes, recommended by Rather Too Fond of Books.

The Examined Life: How We Lose and Find Ourselves by Stephen Grosz, recommended by Books Are My Favourite and Best.

The Happiness Curve: Why Life Gets Better After 50 by Jonathan Rauch, recommended by Howling Frog Books.

Home Sweet Maison: The French Art of Making a Home by Danielle Postel-Vinay, recommended by Unruly Reader.

How to Eat Better: Simple Science to Supercharge Your Nutrition by James Wong, recommended by louloureads.

Love's Executioner and Other Tales of Psychotherapy by Irvin Yalom, recommended by Books Are My Favourite and Best.

Notes on a Nervous Planet by Matt Haig, recommended by Beverley A Baird.

Small Wrongs: How We Really Say Sorry in Love, Life, and Law by Kate Rossmanith, recommended by Books Are My Favourite and Best.

The Talking Cure: Normal People, Their Hidden Struggles, and the Life-Changing Power of Therapy by Gillian Straker and Jacqui Winship, recommended by Books Are My Favourite and Best.

Welcoming the Unwelcomed by Pema Chödrön, recommended by Lovely Bookshelf 




Simplicity

Bohemian Living: Creative Homes Around the World by Robyn Lea, recommended by Brona's Books.

Chasing Slow: The Courage to Journey Off the Beaten Path by Erin Loechner, recommended by Monica Baker.

Inconspicuous Consumption: The Environmental Impact You Don't Know You Have by Tatiana Schlossberg, recommended by Reading the End.

Mini-Farming: Self-Sufficiency on 1/4 Acre by Brett L. Markham, recommended by Based on a True Story



Social Issues

Bunk: The Rise of Hoaxes, Humbug, Plagiarists, Phonies, Post-Facts, and Fake News by Kevin Young, recommended by Plucked From the Stacks.

Coddling of the American Mind: How Good Intentions and Bad Ideas Are Setting Up a Generation for Failure by Greg Lukianoff and Jonathan Haidt, recommended by NancyElin.

Dopesick: Dealers, Doctors, and the Drug Company that Addicted America by Beth Macy, recommended by BermudaOnion's Weblog.

Factfulness: Ten Reasons Why We're Wrong About the World---And Why Things Are Better Than You Think by Hans Rosling, recommended by Silver Button Books.

Factory Girls: From Village to City in a Changing China by Leslie T. Chung, recommended by Hopewell's Public Library of Life.

Punishment Without Crime: How Our Massive Misdemeanor System Traps the Innocent and Makes America More Unequal
 by Alexandra Natapoff, recommended by Reading the End.


Teacher: One Woman's Struggle to Keep the Heart in Teaching by Gabbie Stroud, recommended by NancyElin.

The Years That Matter Most: How College Makes Us or Breaks Us by Paul Tough, recommended by Tina Says.


Spirituality/Philosophy

Church of the Small Things: The Million Little Pieces That Make Up a Life by Melanie Shankle, recommended by The Cozy Reading Nook.

Enlightenment Now: The Case for Reason, Science, Humanism, and Progress, recommended by Lisa Notes.

Inspired: Slaying Giants, Walking on Water, and Loving the Bible Again by Rachel Held Evans, recommended by The Lowrey Library

My Bright Abyss: A Spiritual Meditation by Christian Wiman, recommended by Words and Peace.

A Prayer Journal by Flannery O'Connor, recommended by The Lowrey Library

The Problem of God: Answering a Skeptic's Challenges to Christianity by Mark Clark, recommended by Never Enough Novels.


Searching For Sunday: Loving, Leaving, and Finding the Church by Rachel Held Evans, recommended by The Bookworm Chronicles


The Universal Christ: How a Forgotten Reality Can Change Everything We See, Hope For, and Believe by Richard Rohr, recommended by Monica Baker.


Travel

Arctic Dreams by Barry Lopez, recommended by Reading With Jade.

Around the World in 80 Trains: A 45,000 Mile Adventure by Monisha Rajesh, recommended by Reading With Jade.

Bitter Lemons of Cyprus by Lawrence Durrell, recommended by Books Please.

Dispatches from Pluto: Lost and Found on the Mississippi Delta by Richard Grant, recommended by Adventures in Reading, Running, and Working from Home.

In Foreign Fields: How Not to Move to France by Susie Kelly, recommended by Superfluous Reading.

In Patagonia by Bruce Chatwin, recommended by For Book Lovers and Random People.

Letters from Iceland by W. H. Auden and Louis MacNeice, recommended by  Cache   
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Cyprus cancels 26 Golden Visas and starts full investigation

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The Cypriot government has now withdrawn a number of its Golden Passports and is further investigating possible abuse of the controversial scheme.

A Cypriot government announcement yesterday confirmed 26 Golden Visa purchased by wealthy expat investors have been withdrawn, adding it's now running comprehensive background checks on all...
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The Yield Growth Corp. Keeps Growing Like a Weed or a Mushroom -- CFN Media

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Seattle, WA - (NewMediaWire) - November 26, 2019 - CFN Media (OTCQB: CNFN), the leading agency and financial media network dedicated to the North American cannabis industry announces publication of an article discussing The Yield Growth Corp. (CSE: BOSS) (OTCQB: BOSQF), its new products, and new distribution agreements to add to its already impressive global reach.While some companies are scratching their heads about what to make of the brutal treatment cannabis stocks have felt this year,The Yield Growth Corp. (CSE: BOSS) (OTCQB: BOSQF) seems undaunted, expanding its cannabis business while rapidly emerging as a leading public company in the mushroom space. The upstart has assembled a management team rich with branding experience earned at companies like Procter & Gamble, Johnson & Johnson, Skechers, Best Buy and M·A·C Cosmetics to build new brands employing old world therapeutics for modern-day ailments.Click here to receive an investor deck and corporate updatesA Global Hemp BrandYield Growth owns the cannabis wellness brands Urban Juve, Wright & Well and Jack n Jane. As hemp-based CBD-based beauty products make their way into the mainstream, Urban Juve, has been featured in popular publications globally, including UK Vogue, Vanity Fair UK and Elle Canada. The timing of the media exposure couldn't be better with Urban Juve products spreading across more than 8,000 retail locations in Canada, Colombia, Brazil, Greece and Cyprus.To the point of Greece, a distribution agreement with Melorganics kicked off this month, sending about 2,500 Urban Juve products to the cradle of Western civilization. Melorganics is responsible for distribution in Greece and Cyprus and with the pact freshly amended, Romania, Bulgaria and Serbia have been added to the list.Urban Juve and Melorganics have moved swiftly to now have 11 Urban Juve products registered in the European Union. With the addition of Romania, Bulgaria and Serbia, Melorganics has committed to place the first purchase order for Urban Juve products for these territories by the end of the year.Click here to receive an investor deck and corporate updatesAt this time, Urban Juve is the primary revenue driver for Yield Growth, so these new sales regions will be important to continue the steep growth trajectory the company is on. During the third quarter, revenue was $1.9 million, a big leap from about $400,000 a year earlier.Trendy Mushrooms, Magic and NotMushrooms are being called by some "the new cannabis," evoking memories of where the cannabis space was a decade ago before the so-called pot stock boom. Yield Growth has moved with a purpose in this field lately, establishing Flourish Mushroom Labs as a subsidiary and making acquisitions that stockpiled the new company with over 130 mushroom recipes for a variety of consumer goods, such as teas, soups and coffees.Flourish Labs intends to initially focus on mushroom coffee, with intentions for the first coffee mix product to be launched in the coming months. It's important to recognize that while "magic" mushrooms, those that contain the psychedelic psilocybin, are certainly part of the equation, they are a smaller part of the strategy right now. Many experts have opined that psilocybin has great potential to treat a number of difficult diseases and conditions, such as depression, anxiety and post-traumatic stress disorder, but being a Schedule I drug at the federal level has severely limited clinical research to validate the anecdotal evidence.Recently, Denver and Oakland decriminalized magic mushrooms and reports are that Santa Cruz and Chicago are strongly considering changing their laws as well, perhaps signaling the start of the shift towards legal magic mushrooms much in the same way cannabis and its derivatives have been steadily legalized. Flourish will explore the psychedelic mushroom opportunity as it goes headlong into the functional mushroom space, as many of the product formulas could simply replace one type of functional mushroom with one containing psilocybin as a therapeutic.Click here to receive an investor ...
          

UNIVERSITY OF CYPRUS: Special Scientist PhD Holder, FOSS Research Centre for Sustainable Energy

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UNIVERSITY OF CYPRUS: The successful candidate is expected to conduct research under research projects of the PV Technology Laboratory ... Nicosia, Cyprus
          

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566378-2019: Cyprus-Nikózia: Dýchacie prístroje pre požiarnikov

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Greece to ask for NATO’s support in dispute with Turkey

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Greece to ask for NATO’s support in dispute with TurkeyGreece’s prime minister said Sunday he will ask other NATO members at the alliance’s London summit to support Greece in the face of fellow member Turkey’s attempts to encroach on Greek sovereignty, notably last week’s agreement with Libya delineating maritime borders in the Mediterranean. Kyriakos Mitsotakis told the ruling conservative New Democracy party’s congress Sunday that NATO can’t remain indifferent when one of its members “blatantly violates international law” and that a neutral approach is to the detriment of Greece, which has never sought to ratchet up tensions in the area. Cyprus, Egypt and Greece have all condemned the Libyan-Turkish accord as contrary to international law.



          

Cyprus farmers warn of halloumi shortages over EU protection plans

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Cyprus farmers warn of halloumi shortages over EU protection plansGrilled and golden brown, it’s become a much-loved staple of British barbeques and summer salads, but all is not well in the hallowed world of halloumi. In Cyprus, which claims to be the true home of the distinctive squeaky cheese, a battle has broken out over whether to tighten up the rules that govern how it is produced. On one side is the Cypriot government, which is pushing for the island’s rubbery “white gold” to be given an EU badge of authenticity known as Protected Designation of Origin. The objective is to protect Cypriot halloumi from foreign imitators – lookalike products on the market such as “grilloumi” and “white grill cheese”. On the other side are cow herders and cheese producers, who say the new regulations are so exacting that they cannot be met and warn that the island’s halloumi sector will be brought to its knees. A Turkish Cypriot turns over pieces of Halloumi, a local cheese, in Ledra Street in central Nicosia, the world's last divided capital Credit: AFP They say the proposed rules are not only too tough, they are in some cases farcical. There would be a requirement, for instance, for sheep, goats and cows to eat five specific types of plants as they graze – but three of those are protected species. There is a stipulation that milk should come from certain Cypriot breeds of sheep and goats – but they are now in short supply after local herds were culled following an outbreak of scrapie disease a decade ago. Round discs of halloumi – produced specifically for barbeques and known as “burger halloumi” – would not be allowed because they are not deemed to be traditional. “If the new designation is adopted, it will be a disaster for halloumi makers,” Giorgos Petrou, the president of the Cyprus Dairy Producers Association, told The Telegraph. “It would cut exports by 60 per cent because there will be a lot less halloumi being produced.” That’s because under the PDO proposal, halloumi will be required to contain 50 per cent goat and sheep milk, rather than the 20 per cent currently stipulated. Cyprus produces less goat and sheep milk than cows’ milk, meaning that the quantity of halloumi that the island can produce will decline, while leaving a large surplus of unused cows’ milk. The row has pitched cattle farmers against sheep and goat farmers, with the latter broadly in favour of the designation because their milk will be in high demand. Women prepare traditional halloumi cheese at a house in the Cypriot village of Astromeritis, located some 30 km west of the capital Nicosia Credit: AFP But it could have a profound impact on a sector that is worth nearly €200 million a year and which employs around 12,000 people. Britain is the biggest market, buying around 40 per cent of exports – more than three times as much as the next biggest importer, Sweden. Business is booming across the board, with worldwide exports doubling in the past four years. But halloumi producers have warned that half of the island’s cheese factories could close down as a result of the push for PDO. Producers fear that if Cyprus can no longer satisfy its export markets, foreign makers of imitation halloumi will jump in to fill the gap. The battle over halloumi has been dragging on since 2014, when Cyprus first submitted its request for official EU recognition. The EU scheme ensures protection for food and drink that have strong links to the territory on which they are produced, from Champagne and Gorgonzola to Melton Mowbray pork pies.   Kalimata olives, for instance, must be produced in the region of Kalamata in Greece, using only olives that come from that area. Cypriot cheese makers say the agriculture ministry ploughed ahead with the PDO application without consulting them closely enough, with the result that the application has been gathering dust in Brussels for years. “The decision to register the PDO would be a suicidal decision for the halloumi industry,” Nikos Papkyriakou, of the Pan Cyprian Organisation of Cattle Breeders, told the Cyprus Mail. “And we would not even be allowed to sell our halloumi, because it does not comply with the file specs.” Costas Kadis, the agriculture minister, was unavailable for an interview but has insisted that the government should press ahead with PDO status. The agriculture ministry said that should happen “as soon as possible”. The objections of cheese makers had been examined but “rejected”, the ministry said. “The position of the ministry is that the best way for the halloumi to be protected is the approval of the PDO file by the European Commission,” a spokesman said. Nicos Anastasiades, the president of Cyprus, has given all sides a month to try to resolve their differences and to decide whether PDO status should be pursued or withdrawn. “We’re still in discussion. We’re waiting to see what the government’s next move is,” said Mr Petrou of the Dairy Producers Association.



          

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Новая Газета: Не киприоты вы

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Как на самом деле работают санкции и почему российские бизнесмены лишаются иностранного гражданства




Олег Дерипаска. Фото: ТАСС

В начале ноября судебные и миграционные органы Республики Кипр объявили о начале процедуры лишения гражданства в отношении 26 человек. Среди лиц, чьи документы планируется аннулировать, как сообщали кипрские власти, окажутся и состоятельные россияне. Имена предполагаемых «жертв» кипрских служб на этой неделе назвала местная газета Politis — речь о миллиардере Олеге Дерипаске, а также топ-менеджерах российско-венесуэльского «Еврофинанс-Моснарбанка» Владимире Столяренко и Александре Бондаренко.

Представитель Олега Дерипаски в интервью РБК успел опровергнуть данное сообщение, заявив, что миллиардеру не поступало никаких уведомлений от уполномоченных лиц Кипра.

Так или иначе новость о лишении российских состоятельных лиц гражданства как минимум ложится в общий тренд стран Запада по выдворению из собственных юрисдикций неблагонадежных россиян.

Основанием для лишения гражданства российских бизнесменов послужили инструкции Минфина США, который ранее внес указанных лиц в список санкций, таким образом запретив любые операции с ними и связанными лицами. Надо сразу заметить, что инструкции США воспринимаются западной дипломатией как основание для внесения «в информационную систему SIS как лицо, не допускаемое для въезда в страны Шенгенского соглашения», а также могут служить основанием для применения ограничительных мер в отношении принадлежащего данным лицам имущества.

Олег Дерипаска приобрел кипрское гражданство в 2017 году, предварительно учредив на территории острова инвестиционную компанию Surf Horizon Limited. Однако уже через год у миллиардера возникли проблемы с пребыванием в западных странах — после того, как американский конгресс подготовил так называемый «кремлевский доклад» — список из двух с лишним десятков российских предпринимателей и чиновников, сотрудничество с которыми было чревато санкциями со стороны Минфина США. В результате лица из доклада американских конгрессменов переместились в специальный Закон «О противодействии противникам США с помощью санкций о высокопоставленных иностранных политических деятелях и олигархах Российской Федерации и о российских предприятиях с участием государственного капитала» (CAATSA), подписанный президентом США Дональдом Трампом еще в августе 2017 года.

Наряду с Дерипаской в числе «противников США» оказался, например, миллиардер Виктор Вексельберг, который утратил возможность свободно перемещаться по миру и потерял доступ к управлению активами в Швейцарии.

Скандал с ограничительными мерами в отношении Дерипаски получил широкий резонанс, поскольку

благодаря этому американские власти фактически поменяли структуру акционерного капитала в крупных промышленных и энергетических компаниях миллиардера: «Русал», En+ Group и «Евросибэнерго».

По результатам этих структурных изменений доли в компаниях (а следовательно — голоса в органах правления) перешли от Олега Дерипаски к американским гражданам, о чем в июне текущего года на Российско-китайском энергетическом форуме в свойственной себе манере заявил исполнительный директор «Роснефти» Игорь Сечин: «США по сути захватили алюминиевую промышленность России».

Однако любопытно другое: по итогам «сделки» Минфин США исключил из перечня санкций компании Дерипаски, но не самого Дерипаску.

Следующий шаг — уже внутрироссийские «санкции», которые совершенно точно последуют в отношении наших миллиардеров, утративших «запасные аэродромы» в западных юрисдикциях в результате американских ограничений. Это может прозвучать грубо и цинично, но нашим соотечественникам закрывают не окно в Европу, а дверь в пресс-хату. Причем, с обратной стороны.

Владимир Столяренко и Александр Бондаренко, которые, по данным Politis, также лишены кипрского гражданства, уже столкнулись с этой проблемой. Для начала о самих фигурантах.



Владимир Столяренко. Фото: ТАСС

Если об Александре Бондаренко известно немного, то Владимир Столяренко — личность на отечественном финансовом рынке известная, если не сказать легендарная. В начале 90-х он занимался наукой на кафедре международных экономических отношений Санкт-Петербургского университета экономики и финансов, а в дальнейшем работал в большом бизнесе — российском филиале французской аудиторско-консалтинговой группы ALPHA, Петербургском нефтяном банке, а также банке «Империал».

Однако настоящим трамплином в карьере Столяренко стал кризисный 1998 год, когда он возглавил правление коммерческого банка «Еврофинанс» — одного из первых отечественных банков с участием иностранного капитала (учрежден в 1990 году парижским Евробанком и Внешэкономбанком СССР). Этот банк получил широкую известность в начале нулевых, после того как подписал соглашение с «Газпромом» о реструктуризации медиа-активов «Газпром-Медиа» и создании нового медиа-холдинга, в котором банку принадлежало 49% голосующих акций.

В 2003 году «Еврофинанс» объединился с российской «дочкой» британского Моснарбанка — старейшего совзагранбанка, через который СССР финансировал крупные проекты в союзных социалистических странах. В новом банке — «Еврофинанс-Моснарбанк» — Столяренко занял пост председателя правления. «Возможно, в будущем банк станет ключевым элементом мирового финансового центра в Москве. Скоро у него появятся представительства в Каракасе (Венесуэла) и Пекине», — рассуждал Столяренко.



«Еврофинанс Моснарбанк» в Москве. Фото: ТАСС

В 2010 году «Еврофинанс-Моснарбанк» объединил международных акционеров: государственный венесуэльский Фонд Национального Развития (ФОНДЕЛ), российский ВТБ, кипрский ITC Consultants и швейцарскую «дочку» «Газпромбанка».

Надо заметить, что глобальные планы руководства «Еврофинанс-Моснарбанка» поддерживались на высшем дипломатическом уровне — глава МИД Сергей Лавров всерьез обсуждал «перспективы превращения банка в международную финансовую организацию наподобие Всемирного банка, но, разумеется, в более скромном масштабе».

Однако мечтам не суждено было сбыться: сначала американский Минфин на фоне кризиса в Венесуэле фактически запретил сотрудничать с «Еврофинанс-Моснарбанком», а затем оба его топ-менеджера стали фигурантами уголовного дела о мошенничестве, возбужденного в отношении бывших офицеров управления ФСБ по контрразведывательному обеспечению в кредитно-финансовой сфере (Управление «К» СЭБ ФСБ), были заочно арестованы Московским гарнизонным военным судом и объявлены в международный розыск, и в настоящее время находятся в Лондоне.

В числе россиян, которые могут столкнуться с властями Кипра в обозримом будущем, звучит и фамилия Дмитрия Рыболовлева,

получившего кипрский паспорт в 2012 году после успешной продажи пакета акций «Уралкалия». Незадолго до этого он стал миноритарным акционером в Bank of Cyprus, поучаствовал в финансировании Православной Кафедры Лимасола и судился в местном суде со своей супругой в рамках процесса о разделе имущества.

О связях Рыболовлева с органами исполнительной власти Кипра стало известно в ходе расследования уголовного дела о коррупции в Монако, где Рыболовлев находится под подозрением. В конце октября Рыболовлев, по некоторым данным, получил письмо от принца Монако Альбера, в котором инвестиционные проекты миллиардера были признаны неудачными, а пребывание самого миллиардера на территории Княжества — нецелесообразным.

Андрей Сухотин



https://novayagazeta.ru/articles/2019/11/27/82901-ne-kiprioty-vy


          

Η διχοτόμηση της Κύπρου από το 1957!

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Η διχοτόμηση της Κύπρου από το 1957!
Ο πιο κάτω χάρτης δημοσιεύθηκε στην εφημερίδα «Times of Cyprus» την 25η Ιουλίου 1957, δύο χρόνια πριν την ανεξαρτησία όταν η Κύπρος ήταν ακόμη αποικία των Άγγλων!




          

Alternate Minister of Foreign Affairs Miltiadis Varvitsiotis’ speech at the 8th Arab-Hellenic Economic Forum (Athens, 28 November 2019)

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Alternate Minister of Foreign Affairs Miltiadis Varvitsiotis represented the Prime Minister at the 8th Arab-Hellenic Economic Forum, which took place on Wednesday, 28 November 2019. Referring to the Arab-Hellenic Chamber of Commerce, which turns 40 this year, Mr. Varvitsiotis stressed that “it remains a milestone in Arab-Greek cooperation” that has significant mutual benefits for all business sectors. In this context, he said, we are super-charging economic cooperation with the Arab world, emphasising the favourable environment the new government’s policy is creating to attract investments. Moreover, he stated, the Arab world is not only fertile ground for business opportunities, but also a space of major geo-economic cooperation for Greece. Among other things, Mr. Varvitsiotis announced a new form of visa – the Business Visa – that will enable businesses to invite collaborators, partners, suppliers or importers of products to Greece, while also taking responsibility for the hosting, housing and departure of Business-Visa holders. “We are the second country in the European Union, after Italy, to establish such a visa, with the aim of facilitating these cases,” he added. Additionally, our country wants to capitalise on the historically close and privileged ties it maintains with the Arab world in order to contribute to “shaping a two-way relationship between Europe and the Arab world. A relationship that respects the values, traditions and unique characteristics of each side, contributing towards a future of cooperation and understanding”. Mr. Varvitsiotis also referred to the challenges in the Southeastern Mediterranean, where Greece has proven itself to be a pillar of stability, security and development, dealing responsibly and calmly with escalating provocations. It continues to act in accordance with International Law and the Law of the Sea, unlike its restless neighbour, whose actions are disruptive in the region, he underscored. In the same context, and jointly with Cyprus, Greece has developed trilateral cooperation mechanisms with partners in the Eastern Mediterranean, such as Egypt, Lebanon, Jordan, Palestine and, recently, the United Arab Emirates. He called these cooperation mechanisms very successful, as they are an innovative way to systematically promote political and economic cooperation throughout the region.Finally, Mr. Varvitsiotis thanked Qatar for its support of the Mati wildfire victims.
          

Statements of the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Nikos Dendias, following his meeting with his Dutch counterpart, Stef Blok (Athens, 28 November 2019)

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N. DENDIAS: Good morning. It is a great pleasure to welcome the Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Netherlands, Stef Blok, to Athens today. As you know, Greece and the Netherlands have close relations, which was confirmed by the recent visit of Prime Minister, Kyriakos Mitsotakis. Our bilateral relations are developing positively on the political and economic levels, but of course, as always, there is room for improvement. Greece’s economic recovery and the new institutional framework the Hellenic Parliament has passed have rendered Greece a major investment destination. So, we can achieve much more by capitalising on our comparative advantages and on Dutch good practices in the sector of economic diplomacy, on which we will continue to work together. At this point, allow me to make special mention of the Dutch initiative, the “Orange Grove” platform, which benefits Greek start-ups in particular. And I also warmly thank Mr. Blok for providing know-how on economic diplomacy, which is now fully based at our Ministry, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, and on which we are following the Dutch example of good practices. Mr. Blok and I today discussed the European perspective of the Western Balkans. I had the opportunity to brief him on my trip to North Macedonia and my extraordinary visit to Albania, due to the disastrous earthquake. These are two countries waiting on the threshold of our common family, the European Union. Their European perspective, like the European perspective of the other countries in the region, must be encouraged. It is the only way to consolidate the security, stability and prosperity of our neighbourhood. I listened closely to my colleague’s views, exploring ways to shape the conditions within the European Union so that these two countries can move ahead to the next step, on the strict condition, of course, that they comply with the criteria regarding their progress with reforms. It is a lively debate that we will continue. We also talked about the developments in the Cyprus issue and in Greek-Turkish relations. The trilateral meeting in Berlin, which confirmed the commitment to a solution based on the resolutions of the UN Security Council, was certainly a positive step. We look forward to the continuation of the UN Secretary-General’s efforts. Of course, Turkey’s role is always crucial. I am referring to the illegal actions in the maritime zones of the Republic of Cyprus – actions that the European Union has condemned – and to Turkey’s broader stance on the efforts to resolve the Cyprus issue. I also highlighted Turkey’s violations of international legality in the Aegean. Moreover, I underscored to my colleague Turkey’s exploitation of the migration issue – in other words, its use of a humanitarian and pan-European challenge – to serve its own ends. Greece and the Netherlands recognise the need to support Turkey so that it can meet the great challenge of the migration crisis, but we want to see similar responsibility on the part of Turkey in implementing the agreements and in its conduct towards refugees and migrants. Today I had the opportunity to convey to my colleague what has been stressed by Mr. Mitsotakis to all of our interlocutors: just as Greece is exhausting its every capability to protect the European Union’s borders, our partners – allow me to underscore this, all of our partners – need to share this burden and meet their obligations. This is why Greece supports the revision of the common European asylum system in the direction of solidarity and fair burden-sharing. Concluding, I would like to express my warm thanks to Mr. Blok for visiting Athens today and for the constructive talks and his stance. Thank you very much. […] MFA SPOKESPERSON: We will take a limited number of questions. Please state the name of the media outlet you represent and your name. JOURNALIST: I’m from Greek Radio, ERT. My name is Katerina Fryssa. The question is for both Ministers. Whether you have agreed to cooperate more closely on the refugee/migration issue. N. DENDIAS: Thank you for the question. As you can understand, and I think this was obvious from Mr. Blok’s statement, it was an important part of our talks. We talked, first of all, about how we can improve our reception system – not just the Greek system, but the European system. We talked about what we can do to achieve fairer burden-sharing – and beyond that, how we can directly get the Turkish side to meet its responsibilities. Acknowledging, of course, that Turkey is carrying a burden, with which the European Union has assisted in the past and is willing to continue to assist, but at the same time making it clear to Turkey that it cannot violate the agreements or use the migration issue as leverage. In other words, it cannot use the flows of migrants to exert pressure on the European Union or Greece. I think this is the view of Greece, Holland and the European Union. Of course, with regard to Holland, the Minister himself will express his views. […] JOURNALIST: Giorgos Vlavianos, from STAR. A question for Mr. Dendias. Minister, I would like to ask if you are concerned about the Turkish letter to the UN. How we intend to respond and whether our sending a Greek ambassador to Tripoli is being moved forward due to the contents of this letter. Thank you. N. DENDIAS: First of all, the Turkish letter to the United Nations didn’t say anything that was new to us. These are claims Turkey has also made in the past. Of course, if you ask me whether I was pleased by the letter, the answer is no, I was not at all pleased. We believe Turkey made a mistake. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs has already issued a relevant statement. I think that, in the clearest and sternest language, it completely rejected the Turkish claims, which are totally groundless. If one can use the term “groundless” in reference to something that concerns the sea. But in any event, it is completely unacceptable. Greece will respond to these claims in the appropriate manner, in a detailed response that we will send to the United Nations, to all of the states of the General Assembly and to all the members of the Security Council. We believe, and I repeat, that Turkey needs to realise that it is in its own interest to have good neighbourly relations with Greece and to encourage the settlement of the Cyprus problem. Anything else it does is, I think, damaging to its own interests and the interests of Turkish society. With regard to the Libyan issues, I assume that behind this is the question that has to do with what I think was an ill-advised, not to say completely irrational, attempt to start a discussion – we assume, we don’t know for sure, even though the Libyan Foreign Minister, when I met with him in New York, did not deny there were Turkish proposals in this direction – on delimitation of the Exclusive Economic Zone between Turkey and Libya. I must say that an attempt such as this betrays an ignorance of geography, because it ignores something that I think everyone has observed: that between the two countries there is the large geographical mass of Crete. So I think an effort such as this, borders on the ridiculous, and I would like to say that Greece is prepared to send an Ambassador to Libya when the conditions allow for his or her residence there. MFA SPOKESPERSON: Thank you very much.
          

Egypt, Cyprus, Greece says Libyan-Turkish maritime MoUs “has no legal effect”

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  Egypt, Cyprus and Greece announced, Tuesday that the two security cooperation and maritime MoUs signed by Turkey and Libya’s UN-backed government, “has no legal effect”. According to Egypt’s spokesman for the Foreign Ministry Ahmed Hafez, Minster Sameh Shoukry called both of his Greek and Cypriot counterparts discussing the newly signed MoUs. The statement added […]

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Agiou Nikolaou Church, Deftera

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The Agiou Nikolaou Church is located in the village of Deftera in the Nicosia district.

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Deftera Village

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The community of Deftera is situated about 15 kilometres south of the capital of Nicosia. Deftera is made up of two separate communities, Pano Deftera and Kato Deftera.

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Global Contact Centre Manager, Athens

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Our client, a well established company in the hospitality industry, is searching for a Contact Centre Manager to be based in Athens.

Global strategic management of both a virtual remote and office-based multi-channel Contact Centre team in addition to various customer service and e-commerce fulfilment projects. Supports the development and upon approval directs the accurate effective execution of all multi-channel inbound and outbound contact centre reservation, customer service and after sales functions, in order to ensure the provision of high-quality guest service to B2C and B2B customers in support profitable business growth. Global Contact Centre KPI setting, monitoring and reporting for main stakeholders. Provide administrative support and direction in the handling of escalated pre-departure customer service resolution, group reservations, commercial contract management and key commercial strategic/tactical campaign management.  

 

Position’s duties and responsibilities 

  • Proactive global management of inbound and outbound customer enquiries, including but not limited to telephone calls, chat and emails, aimed at providing high quality service and maximizing revenue through industry leading conversion levels.
  • Recruitment, management and development of the global Contact Centre and agents, providing support, guidance and on-the-job training to ensure that high standards of customer service are established and maintained, and accurate selling and servicing techniques are implemented, thus contributing to the maximization of revenue generation and guest satisfaction.
  • Identify, propose and implement upon consultation with IT and approval of the CCO new technology to improve contact centre effectiveness, experience and efficiency whilst ensuring legal and PCI compliance at all times. 
  • Prepares global reporting on Department’s productivity and performance by market/region of the world, reviews results, and identifies areas of improvement, designs, and implements mitigation actions, in order to ensure maximization of booked staterooms across multiple departure years.
  • Identifies, develops, implements and evaluates policies and procedures that improves operational efficiency and effectiveness of the global Contact Centre, including the most efficient and economic deployment of human and financial resources.
  • Develops, submits and upon approval implements the budget of the global Contact Centre, monitors its accurate execution, identifies cost saving opportunities and proposes corrective actions in case of deviations, in order to ensure compliance with pre-set targets and achievement of annual EBITDA.
  • Coordinates, coaches and motivates the global team, through the appropriate training, development, and performance management to ensure that colleagues have the appropriate knowledge, skills and support that will help them perform effectively and contribute to the achievement of the Department’s short and long-term objectives.
  • Coordinates with finance in Greece/Cyprus the processing of guest deposits/payments/refunds and other invoice processing/disputes.
  • Business development and marketing/e-commerce team support including but not limited to the handling, capture and follow-up of brochure orders and ensuring all opportunities are captured in Salesforce, RADAR or any other CRM environment.
  • Provide and arrange for strategic coaching and leadership to global Contact Centre agents to improve intra team communication and performance, and other training support as required i.e. product training, customer service skills training, etc.
  • Implement and improve team workflow communication tools to ensure information symmetry and enhance support for daily decision making
  • Create, manage and report on global contact centre incentive plans aligned to strategic goals. 
  • Lead or participate in special projects providing technical, business insights and recommendations
  • An active participant and contributor to the Commercial Committee whilst managing other business duties/projects as required and assigned
  • Encourage and incentivize pre-selling of additional revenue generating services i.e. Up-selling, , Special Occasion Packages; Travel Insurance, etc.
  • Create and manage the global staffing roster ensuring optimum service levels, global coverage and efficiency to achieve annual strategic business goals

          

Dec 26, Cyprus: Boxing Day

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The second day of Christmas is known as Boxing Day or St. Stephens Day. St Stephen was the first Christian martyr.. For more information on this holiday, visit the link.
          

Jan 01, Cyprus: New Year's Day

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Awesome foursome in Cyprus for Ilkley Harriers ace Tom Adams

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FOUR - not three - was the magic number for Ilkley Harriers.
          

CRC/C/CYP/Q/5-6

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Cyprus Government reshuffle announced 

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The Presidency announced on Sunday, Cyprus President`s Nicos Anasasiades government reshuffle, which includes the appointment of current office holders in new posts and the appearance of new faces.

The new  Ministers will officially take over their posts on Tuesday and …


          

Sandro Nicolas to represent Cyprus at Eurovision 2020

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The latest name tossed into the 2020 Eurovision hat is Sandro Nicolas, who was yesterday confirmed as the Cypriot representative.

Broadcaster CyBC previously announced over 120 songs were submitted to an open call. Details of the actual entry are promised …


          

Names Revealed of 26 Rich Foreigners Stripped of Cypriot Passports

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NICOSIA – After Cyprus backed away from its stance that recipients of Golden Visas given to rich foreign investors which bring residency permits and European Union passports had been vetted – then yanking 26 of them – the names were …


          

Greek tennis star Stefanos Tsitsipas in Cyprus

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The Greek tennis star Stefanos Tsitsipas decided to have a chilling break in Limassol, Cyprus before he gets in involved in msjor tournaments in the far East and Australia.

Stefanos stayed at the hotel Park Lane in Limassol.

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Cyprus a reliable partner of the Russian business community, President Anastasiades says 

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Cyprus will remain a reliable partner of the Russian Federation’s business community and will further advance its position as a significant international hub for Russian and Cypriot business and investment synergies, President of the Republic of Cyprus Nicos Anastasiades has …


          

Cyprus re-elected as Member of the IMO Council 

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Cyprus was re-elected on Friday as a Member of the International Maritime Organisation (IMO) Council for the 2020-2021 biennium, following a vote at the 31st IMO General Assembly, in London.
 
According to an announcement by the Shipping Deputy Ministry, Cyprus …


          

Happy name day to all Andreas, Andrews Andy’s, Andriannas, Andres and Androullas 

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Happy name day to all Andreas, Andrews Andy’s, Andriannas, Andres and Androullas who celebrate their name day today November the 30th.

St Andrews is the.patron saint of Cyprus, Greece and Scotland.…


          

Cyprus’ Foreign Ministry condemns Turkish-Libyan MoU seeking delimitation of maritime zones 

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The Foreign Ministry of the Republic of Cyprus condemns the signing of a memorandum of Understanding (MoU) between Turkey and Libya, purportedly aiming at the delimitation of maritime zones in between them.

“This kind of delimitation, if it went through, …


          

Population in government-controlled areas of the Republic of Cyprus estimated at 875,900 in 2018

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The population of the government-controlled areas of the Republic of Cyprus is estimated at 875,900 at the end of 2018, compared to 864,200 at the end of 2017, recording an increase of 1.4%.

According to the Statistical Service, the proportion …


          

Cyprus National Council to convene on December 4 

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Cyprus National Council will convene next Wednesday to discuss the latest developments to the Cyprus problem, Deputy Government Spokeswoman Klelia Vasiliou has announced.
 
“President of the Republic Nicos Anastasiades has convened the National Council on December 4 18:30 pm on …


          

Cyprus finally in the implementation stage to allow the transportation of natural gas to the island by 2021 

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President of the Republic Nicos Anastasiades said Cyprus is finally in the implementation stage that will allow the transportation of natural gas to the island by 2021.

Presenting the Cyprus Regulatory Authority for Energy (CERA) report to the President, CERA …


          

Cyprus Passport Personalization System is being modernised

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The Civil Registry and Migration Department of the Ministry of Interior of Cyprus commissioned Veridos to modernize its nationwide system for biometric data collection, centralized personalization, and issuance of electronic passports, ID cards, and residence permits.

Veridos was awarded a …


          

Cyprus: AKEL pleased Berlin dinner ruled out two-state solution

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Main opposition party AKEL welcomed the outcome of the trilateral meeting held in Berlin, noting that Cyprus problem negotiations remain focused on finding political equality, but the future remains uncertain.

After President Nicos Anastasiades meeting with Turkish Cypriot leader Mustafa …


          

Guterres holds ‘focused and frank’ informal discussions over future of Cyprus

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The UN Secretary-General held “focused and frank” informal talks with the leaders of the Greek and Turkish Cypriot communities on Monday in order to “take stock of efforts” to finally reach a settlement over the divided Mediterranean island.

António Guterres …


          

EU: The meeting in Berlin is an important development towards a comprehensive settlement of the Cyprus issue

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Yesterday’s meeting in Berlin is an important development towards reaching a comprehensive settlement of the Cyprus issue, according to a statement issued today by an EU spokesperson.

More specifically the EU spokesperson stated: “Yesterday’s meeting hosted by UN Secretary General …


          

Cyprus reports Turkish violations of its airspace and sea in letter to UN

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Cyprus has reported the violations of the airspace and sea of the Republic of Cyprus by Turkey during the month of September, in a letter by Cyprus’ Permanent Representative to the UN, Ambassador Andreas Mavroyiannis, to UN Secretary General António


          

Cyprus football

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Anorthosis and Omonia are still the front runners in the league both level on 21 points with Ketsbaias Anorthosis on top on goal difference

Anorthosis beat Ethnikos Achna 2-1 both their goals coming from Ruben Rayos in the space of …


          

Cyprus Athletic Association

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Date of issue: 9/7/2019

By the end of the 19th century, the first athletic associations were established in Cyprus for the promotion of classical sports and gymnastics in Cyprus.
The active athletic associations in Cyprus are six.
OLYMPIA ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION …


          

Cyprus farmers warn of halloumi shortages over EU protection plans

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Grilled and golden brown, it's become a much-loved staple of British barbeques and summer salads, but all is not well in the hallowed world of halloumi. In Cyprus, which claims to be the true home of the distinctive squeaky cheese, a battle has broken out over whether to tighten up the rules that govern how it is produced. On one side is the Cypriot government, which is pushing for the island's rubbery 'white gold' to be given an EU badge of authenticity known as Protected De
          

Parikiaki speaks to Cynergy Bank Chief Executive officer Nick Fahy

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Parikiaki had the opportunity to speak to the Chief executive officer of Cynergy Bank Nick Fahy

Questions asked were:

Tell us about yourself ?

Why the change from Bank of Cyprus to Cynergy ?

Is there still a Cypriot influence …


          

Cyprus short film day

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Cyprus Short Film Day is an annual event celebrating Cypriot filmmaking in London, organised by the Cultural Section of the High Commission of Cyprus in London, held under the auspices of the High Commissioner, Mr. Andreas S. Kakouris. CSFD is …


          

Statements by the General Secretary of the C.C. of AKEL A.Kyprianou on the Cyprus problem

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The General Secretary of AKEL Andros Kyprianou expressed the hope that there will be a positive climate and outcome on the terms of reference during today’s meeting between the two leaders with the UN Secretary General in Berlin, stressing the …


          

UK Cypriot, Xanthy represents Cyprus at the New-York Marathon 2019

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UK born, Xanthy Papageorgiou was selected to represent Cyprus as the Country’s Official Runner and Flag Bearer at The New-York Marathon on the 3rd November 2019.  The New-York Marathon, the largest globally with more than 50,000 finishers and one of


          

AKEL expresses its readiness to support a Cyprus solution based principles that will liberate the country and reunite our people

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AKEL has repeatedly said that the critical nature of the period the Cyprus problem is going through demands steadfastness with regards the agreed framework for a solution of bi-communal, bi-zonal Federation, with political equality as defined by the UN. A …


          

Christmas Fairyland in Cyprus

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Hellenic Bank presents the Christmas Fairyland and its festive concerts with favorite artists!

22/11 Eleni Fouriera
23/12 Michalis Hatzigiannis
03/01 Giorgos Tsalikis

Operating Period:
15/11/2019 12/01/2020
Free entrance

From: Friday, November 15th, 2019
Until: Sunday, January 12th, 2020
Time: All …

          

Rugby: Late Cyprus Try beats Malta

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A last-gasp try from Georgios Agathokleus condemned Malta to a heart-breaking defeat to Cyprus in a Conference South One match at the Hibs Stadium in Malta.

It looked as though that Malta had done enough to …


          

Cypriot leaders probed for separate meetings with UN chief ahead of Berlin dinner 

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The President of Cyprus Nicos Anastasiades arrived on Sunday in Berlin, accompanied by close associates, to attend together with Turkish Cypriot leader Mustafa Akinci an informal dinner on Monday, hosted by UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres. President Anastasiades stays in Hotel …


          

Cyprus President goes to Berlin to attend informal dinner with UN chief and Turkish Cypriot leader 

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President of Cyprus Nicos Anastasiades is traveling on Sunday to Berlin, to attend, together with the Turkish Cypriot leader Mustafa Akinci, a dinner hosted by the UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres, to discuss the next steps with regard to the Cyprus …


          

Cypriot passenger travelling to Paphos from the USA was shocked to find that her lost luggage had been sent to Ercan (Tymbou) airport in the Turkish occupied north of Cyprus.

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Easy jet sent a passenger’s lost luggage to Tymbou airport in the north rather than to Paphos or Larnaca, the transport ministry said on Wednesday.

What actress Paola Hadjilambri had to say on her Facebook” During my flight from Berlin …


          

Cypriot representative for the 2020 Eurovision Song Contest in Rotterdam. 

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Things are heating up in Cyprus as we approach the new year and the new Eurovision season. Yesterday, eurovisionfun.com reported that Sandro Nicolas was on the brink of being revealed as the Cypriot representative for the 2020 Eurovision


          

Cyprus strips Kenyan billionaire of residency permit and EU passport

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NICOSIA – One of the 26 rich foreigners stripped of so-called Golden Visas that gave them residency in Cyprus and a European Union passport, Kenyan billionaire Humphrey Kariuki Ndegwa, went on Twitter to complain he was not hiding any wrongdoing. “I wish to inform you of
          

Public-MediaMarkt: «Ανακατεύουν την τράπουλα» στην αγορά ηλεκτρικών συσκευών

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Ξεκινά σήμερα η υλοποίηση της συμφωνίας

 

 

Μια νέα εποχή ξεκινά στην αγορά ηλεκτρικών και ηλεκτρονικών ειδών , καθώς σήμερα ενώνονται και επίσημα Public και MediaMarkt για τη δημιουργία μιας νέας, κοινής εταιρείας λιανικής πώλησης.

 

Η συμφωνία αυτή, συνολικά επωφελής για την αγορά και το καταναλωτικό κοινό, δημιουργεί τον μεγαλύτερο retailer ειδών τεχνολογίας, ψυχαγωγίας, πολιτισμού και οικιακών συσκευών στην Ελλάδα, μετασχηματίζοντας τον κλάδο ηλεκτρικών και ηλεκτρονικών ειδών.

 

Η συνεργασία των δυο εταίρων διασφαλίζει και ενδυναμώνει περαιτέρω την παρουσία της MediaMarkt στη χώρα, έχοντας ως αποτέλεσμα τη διατήρηση πολλών θέσεων εργασίας στον κλάδο της λιανικής. Παράλληλα, η νέα εταιρεία που θα προκύψει από τη σύμπραξη της Public με τη MediaMarkt ωφελεί σημαντικά τους συνεργάτες και τους προμηθευτές παρέχοντάς τους διευρυμένες ευκαιρίες ανάπτυξης. Προς την κατεύθυνση αυτή, στοχεύουμε στην περαιτέρω ενίσχυση της παρουσίας επώνυμων brands που αναζητά ο καταναλωτής στα καταστήματα της MediaMarkt, με έμφαση κυρίως σε εταιρείες-κατασκευαστές που δραστηριοποιούνται στην ελληνική αγορά, με δικά τους γραφεία ή μέσω διανομέων. Η επέκταση της προϊοντικής γκάμας είναι στρατηγική προτεραιότητα που θα εφαρμοστεί και στα δύο brands.

 

Παράλληλα, η νέα εταιρεία θα ενδυναμώσει ακόμη περισσότερο την κοινή, πελατοκεντρική φιλοσοφία των δύο μαρκών, σύμφωνα με την οποία ο καταναλωτής αντιμετωπίζεται πάντα με σεβασμό και όρους απόλυτης διαφάνειας, με ειλικρινή ενημέρωση ως προς τις τιμές και τις πραγματικές εκπτώσεις στις περιόδους εκπτώσεων/προσφορών.

 

Όραμα των δύο εταίρων είναι η ανάπτυξη ενός πρωτοποριακού μοντέλου πωλήσεων λιανικής, που θα διαμορφώσουν τον retailer του αύριο. Σε αυτή τη νέα εποχή, στόχος θα είναι η συνεχής βελτίωση της ζωής του καταναλωτή μέσα και έξω από το σπίτι, μέσω της προσφοράς της μεγαλύτερης γκάμας κορυφαίων προϊόντων και αξεπέραστων υπηρεσιών, αλλά και μιας μοναδικής πολυκαναλικής εμπειρίας.

 

Ο κ. Χρήστος Καλογεράκης, ο οποίος από σήμερα αναλαμβάνει τη θέση του CEO στη νέα εταιρεία που θα περιλαμβάνει και τις δύο μάρκες, δήλωσε: «Με τη συνεργασία των δύο πολύ ισχυρών brands -Public και MediaMarkt- εισάγουμε στην πραγματικότητα ένα νέο μοντέλο retail, το οποίο βασίζεται στην προσφορά της πλέον ολοκληρωμένης πρότασης για τους καταναλωτές και παράλληλα στη δημιουργία αξίας για τους συνεργάτες και τους εργαζομένους μας, που θα ωφεληθούν πολλαπλά από τις συνέργειες που προκύπτουν».

 

H συνεργασία Public και MediaMarkt οδηγεί στη δημιουργία του μεγαλύτερου omnichannel retailer οικιακών/καταναλωτικών ηλεκτρικών, ηλεκτρονικών ειδών και ειδών ψυχαγωγίας σε Ελλάδα και Κύπρο. Η νέα εταιρεία, με συνολικό κύκλο εργασιών που αναμένεται να ξεπεράσει τα 460 εκατ. Ευρώ το 2019, διαθέτει 67 φυσικά και 4 online καταστήματα (www.public.gr, www.public-cyprus.com.cy, www.publicbusiness.gr, www.mediamarkt.gr) σε Ελλάδα και Κύπρο, ενώ η ενοποιημένη βάση της αριθμεί 100 εκατ. επισκέπτες.

 

Δίνοντας έμφαση στο πολυκαναλικό εμπόριο, που υποστηρίζεται από το πυκνό δίκτυο των καταστημάτων της, τη διευρυμένη γκάμα προϊόντων και υπηρεσιών στην καλύτερη σχέση ποιότητας – τιμής αλλά και τη μοναδική για τα ελληνικά δεδομένα πλατφόρμα Public Marketplace, στόχος της εταιρείας είναι να προσφέρει στο καταναλωτικό κοινό την καλύτερη αγοραστική εμπειρία στην καλύτερη τιμή.

 

Δύο μάρκες – Μία Ομάδα : Οι εργαζόμενοι της νέας εταιρείας, που θα φιλοξενήσει τα δύο ισχυρά brands, γίνονται πλέον μέρος μιας μεγάλης, πολύ ανταγωνιστικής εταιρείας, με σταθερή οικονομική βάση και με τη δύναμη να διαμορφώνει το retail του αύριο. Το νέο σχήμα επιφυλάσσει για τους εργαζόμενους μακροπρόθεσμα μεγάλες ευκαιρίες εξέλιξης σε προσωπικό και σε επαγγελματικό επίπεδο.

 

Η διαδικασία της ενοποίησης των δραστηριοτήτων των δύο εταίρων θα γίνει με ομαλό τρόπο και πάντα με απόλυτο σεβασμό προς τους καταναλωτές, τους εργαζομένους και τους συνεργάτες του Public και της MediaMarkt.

 

Ως αποκλειστικός χρηματοοικονομικός σύμβουλος της Media Saturn Holding GmbH για τη συναλλαγή ενήργησε η PricewaterhouseCoopers Business Solutions S.A. (PwC).

 

Ως αποκλειστικός χρηματοοικονομικός σύμβουλος της Olympia Group/Public για τη συναλλαγή ενήργησε η Deloitte Greece.


          

AP reports: Cyprus to tighten controls on crossings across ethnic divide

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AP reports from Nicosia that a Cypriot official says there will be additional controls on people crossings at nine checkpoints along a United Nations-controlled buffer zone that runs across the ethnically split east Mediterranean island nation. In a bid to stem illegal migration, Cyprus’ interior minister,
          

Ankara working towards a "Light Blue Homeland" | Phileleftheros - Cyprus

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EUROPE : Israeli cyber an economic and security headache for Cyprus

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Greek Prime Minister Wants NATO to Condemn Turkey’s Maritime Violations

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ATHENS (Sputnik) - Greek officials who came to a Turkish border town on Saturday to witness the launch of a major stretch of an EU-backed gas pipeline walked away in a huff after President Recep Tayyip Erdogan vowed to continue drilling off Cyprus.
          

Cyprus údajne odobral občianstvo ruskému oligarchovi Olegovi Deripaskovi

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Nikózia 27. novembra 2019 (TASR/HSP/Foto:TASR/AP-Alexander Zemlianichenko)   Cyprus odobral občianstvo ruskému oligarchovi Olegovi Deripaskovi, ktorý má...
          

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osmconvert - errors while merging maps in Windows 10 - unknown file format, could not open input file: .osm.pbf

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I've donwloaded the following maps:

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And I am using osmconvert to merge maps. I read this answer to merge maps. So my command of merging the above maps looks like this:

.\osmconvert andorra-latest.osm.pbf --out-o5m | .\osmconvert - azores-latest.osm.pbf | .\osmconvert - cyprus-latest.osm.pbf -o=all.osm.pbf

However, the osmconvert shows the following errors after running the above command:

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However, the merging perfectly works in Windows 7 and Windows Server 2016 Standard

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Cyprus Consultations

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This afternoon (21 November) the Security Council will hold consultations on Cyprus. Under-Secretary-General for Political and Peacebuilding Affairs Rosemary DiCarlo is scheduled to brief on the latest developments and the Secretary-General’s most recent report on his good offices, published on...
          

Deluxe double room In a 4 bedroom house - EUR 400 / Μήνας

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The house is surrounded by a flower and tree garden.
It is located just 2 kilometers away from old Nicosia centre.

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The space

This double room is chic decorated . it consists of a big double room, a bed side table, a desk with a chair and a wardrobe

Guest access

guest can access all common areas

Interaction with guests

I don't live in the same property but i am always around to help for anything needed

Other things to note

The house is very near to major universities: University of Nicosia (15 minutes walking), European University ((15 minutes walking), Medicine School, Americanos college, UN buffer main gate.

    Διεύθυνση: Ετεοκλέους 5, Egkomi, Nicosia, Cyprus

          

Luxury Apartment 2 bdr for long term rent, Limassol Marina - EUR 3.200 / Μήνας

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This luxury and exclusive apartment, positioned on the ground floor, comprises 2 spacious bedrooms, a fully integrated open plan kitchen, neat living room, 2 modern bedrooms. It has a lovely sitting area, surrounded by beautiful green views. This apartment is fully furnished to a high standard and it is perfectly located on the 1st line of the sea, in the most prestigious and desirable area of the city – in Limassol Marina. Limassol Marina offers many facilities and comfortable living to the residents and also luxury accommodation in this stunning complex.

• Property covered area: 100 m²
• Property Price: €3,200 per month, including common expenses

Special Notes:
• Ground floor
• Underfloor heating
• Covered parking
• Common swimming pool
• Gated entrance
• 24-hour security
• Distance to the sea: 20m
• Dropbox No. 902LR

    Υπνοδωμάτια: 2
    Μέγεθος: 100 m² / 1.076 ft²
    Διεύθυνση: Limassol, Cyprus

          

Luxury Apartment 2 bdr for long term rent, Limassol Marina - EUR 3.200 / Μήνας

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ID 499LR This luxury and exclusive apartment, positioned on the ground floor, comprises 2 spacious bedrooms, a fully integrated open plan kitchen, neat living room, 2 modern bedrooms. It has a lovely sitting area, surrounded by beautiful green views. This apartment is fully furnished to a high standard and it is perfectly located on the 1st line of the sea, in the most prestigious and desirable area of the city – in Limassol Marina. Limassol Marina offers many facilities and comfortable living to the residents and also luxury accommodation in this stunning complex.

• Property covered area: 100 m²
• Property Price: €3,200 per month, including common expenses

Special Notes:
• Ground floor
• Underfloor heating
• Covered parking
• Common swimming pool
• Gated entrance
• 24-hour security
• Distance to the sea: 20m

    Υπνοδωμάτια: 2
    Μέγεθος: 100 m² / 1.076 ft²
    Διεύθυνση: Limassol, Cyprus

          

Plot For Sale In Trimiklini Limassol Cyprus - EUR 100.000

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Ref.: A-96002

    Υπνοδωμάτια: 3
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    Διεύθυνση: Limassol, Cyprus

          

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Ref.: A-96533

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    Διεύθυνση: Limassol, Cyprus

          

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Ref.: L-99728


          

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Land available in the Village Centre of Agia Fylaxis with easy access to the main road and the highway.  A small stone house has been built on the plot and is used as a residence.  The internal areas are around 70m2 consisting of a sitting area, 2 bedrooms, kitchen and bathroom.  The property requires renovation and has a building density factor of 120%, coverage 70% and an allowance of 3 floors.  A good investment opportunity.  Please call for further information and a site visit.

Ref.: P-99735

    Υπνοδωμάτια: 2
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    Διεύθυνση: Limassol, Cyprus

          

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Land available in the lovely village of Agios Tychonas.  This location boasts beautiful sea views and overlooks the ancient city of Amathounta.  Ideal for a residential development.  The land falls within the residential zone with a 20% building density, 15% coverage and an allowance of 2 floors.  Please call for further information.

Ref.: L-99749


          

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This stunning 6 bedroom residence is now available for sale in the prime and prestigious area of Kefalogremmos.  Beautiful sea views can be enjoyed from the extensive outdoor seating area.   The ground level has two seating areas, separate huge kitchen with dining area, office and guest WC.  The first level has four large bedrooms, all with en-suite facilities.  The Master bedroom has double basins, shower and bathtub.  The minus one level boasts a cinema room and 5x12m entertainment area with store room, en-suite shower, WC and wash basin as well as a kitchen and laundry room.  In addition there are two en-suite bedrooms which can be utilized as guest or maid's room.  A Lovely outdoor terrace and garden area complete with private swimming pool and shower room for guests is ideal for entertaining.  A viewing is highly recommended.  Please call for further information.

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Guterres holds ‘focused and frank’ informal discussions over future of Cyprus

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This article is brought to you in association with the United Nations. The UN Secretary-General held “focused and frank” informal talks with the leaders of the Greek and Turkish Cypriot communities on Monday in order to “take stock of efforts” to finally reach a settlement over the divided Mediterranean island. António Guterres released a statement after […]
          

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How to read an election

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How to read an election

Mark Perryman provides a handy reading guide to the General Election

There’s not much doubt politics is getting hot, hotter, hottest – just as the nights draw in and get cold, cold, colder as Boris Johnson seek to bring some kind of ending to the sorry saga of all things Brexit.

A December General Election? The first at this time of year for goodness knows how long. And to sort out Brexit? Well the last one didn’t, and there’s absolutely no guarantee the result of this one will either, whichever way it goes.

In the immediate aftermath of ‘17 there was much talk that for Labour it was the manifesto that wot (nearly) won it. Mike Phipps’ For The Many helps us understand the original’s appeal and the ideas required to win this time.

Most of the contributors to the essay selection Rethinking Britain are slightly more detached from the organised Labour Left than those contributing to Mike’s book, though they share the same intent ‘for the many’, ranging over economics, employment, investment, and social security.

One of the brightest voices for such a brand of ‘new’ economics is Grace Blakeley, her first book Stolen is a compelling account not only of all that’s wrong with how financial power is misused but also what could be done about it.

The abolition of tuition fees was a vote-winner in 2017, makes good sense but surely we also need to ask what are universities for, not just how they’re being paid for. A good step in the former direction is provided by Raewyn Connell’s The Good University complete with the rather excellent sub-title ‘ what universities actually do and why it’s time for radical change.

My favourite source for ideas in and around Labour however, is the quarterly journal Renewal. Issue after issue it never disappoints – the latest is themed around the issue of democracy, with a stand-out essay by Lewis Bassett on the vexed question of democracy in the Labour Party.

Radical, new, policies broke through at Labour’s 2019 party conference including the 4-day week, abolition of private schools, a Green New Deal. Most of these have found their way into Labour’s 2019 manifesto. But in any general election these face the problem of how they are affected by the Brexit impasse which isn’t going to disappear in a hurry.

Also, Labour’s antisemitism crisis will be an issue too. Strange Hate by Keith Kahn-Harris firmly and correctly puts the resolution of that crisis in the context of anti-racism. While for those unfamiliar with the specificities of Jewish culture A Jewdas Haggadah provides a much-needed introduction, with occasional hilarious results.  

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For a primer chronicling the history of the rise of Corbynism read David Kogan’s Protest and Power : The Battle for the Labour Party. As to what happens if Labour wins, Christine Berry and Joe Guinan’s People Get Ready! deals strategically with how Labour might govern while seeking to implement a post-neoliberal economic strategy unimaginably radical in its ambition. Wow.

But to get even close to that point, Labour’s arguments for ‘real change’ need both to be made popular and to challenge a resurgent right-wing racist populism. J.A.Smith’s Other People’s Politics charts precisely this terrain via a rigorous deconstruction of the populist surge, and what kind of response from Labour this requires.

Labour’s ‘Momentum Left’ is often derided as extremist and Marxist. In fact it is overwhelmingly non-marxist – Marxism no longer offers the pole of attraction for those who favour politics against the mainstream that it once did. In its place there is a greater range of models of critique. But that’s not to suggest it is dead, buried or irrelevant. The Corbyn Project by John Rees is testament to the necessity of a Marxist critique of even the most left-wing versions of reformism,. We may choose to disagree with the critique, but to ignore it entirely is a serious error.

The new edition of the classic Tony Cliff and Donny Gluckstein The Labour Party: A Marxist History now updated by Charlie Kimber to take in both the Blair-Brown years and Corbynism, carefully records from a Marxist standpoint the errors Labour governments have made over the decades. Again we can differ over the precise nature of the causes and consequences, but those causes and consequences need accounting for.

If Marxism is no longer sufficient to explain everything about the modern world, that doesn’t mean it is analytically redundant. Testament to that proposition is the sharply titled, and written, Aaron Bastani’s Fully Automated Luxury Communism . Full of techno-politics of an unashamedly left complexion, the book is described as ‘a manifesto’. Notwithstanding the free broadband offer, Labour still doesn’t entirely share Aaron’s somewhat breathless enthusiasm for the progressive potential of technological change.

However, modern politics needs to understand how digital technology is transforming the terrain on which we contest. An unpicking of the contradictions this generates is provided by Jamie Woodcock’s Marx at the Arcade, a careful survey of video games and the politics they produce.    

Another ‘unofficial’ manifesto is The Socialist Manifesto by Bhaskar Sunkara, who offers up a political platform which is historic in inspiration, futuristic in vision, and practical for the present.

In a similar vein Nancy Fraser’s The Old Is Dying and the New Cannot be Born takes Gramsci’s famous dictum as a starting point to understand the twin, opposing, potentials of left and right populism out of the current global impasse typified by Trump, and Brexit. It is one of the first of a very welcome new pamphlets series from Verso, short enough to be read between canvassing sessions – relevant, intelligent writing leaving campaigners wanting more.

For the ‘new to be born’ demands that the ‘old’ has to be subject to critique. Stephen Duncombe describes this process as ‘reimagining politics’ which he explains in a new edition of his superb 2007 book Dream or Nightmare, updated to take in the age of Trump.

Such a reimagining demands an engagement with what politics means for those whose entry post-dates the 2008 financial crisis, 2019’s first and second time voters on whose support Labour is counting so much. Keir Milburn’s Generation Left should be considered the set text for connecting with these voters’ practical ideals.

And after all the votes have been counted, what changes and how much? The annual Socialist Register has taken for its 2020 theme ‘new ways of living’ with an admirably global view of the cusp of new versus old.

A scary vision of how such a transition might end up is provided by Peter Fleming’s The Worst is Yet To Come, described as a post-capitalist survival guide, ranging over economic decline, social division and environmental detonation. Oh well, it wasn’t good while it lasted.

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To prevent such a vision becoming a reality requires a conversational culture that enables differences of opinion to be shared, rather than as a badge of rising intolerance. Two contrasting approaches to this are provided by Billy Bragg and Richard Seymour, yet both take a similar starting point, social media. Billy’s The Three Dimensions of Freedom champions democratisation in the face of what some have described as ‘surveillance capitalism’. While in The Twittering Machine Richard Seymour tackles the degradation of political debate the entire social media edifice has helped bring about. In time honoured fashion we need both, institutional change and taking personal responsibility to effect that change. The importance of both approaches cannot be underestimated with elections increasingly fought as much online as on the doorstep.

Even in the heat of the such campaigns we need to locate change, personal and political, in the midst of what theorists call ‘the conjunctural’, the terrain of the present. A special edition of the journal New Formations takes this as its theme, This Conjuncture drawing on the work of Stuart Hall to apply the theory to a wide range of what constitutes the present.

Of course any sense of this particular ‘conjuncture’ is pretty much defined by all things Brexit. But of course the issue and what it raises has a history too. Danny Dorling and Sally Tomlinson’s Rule Britannia: Brexit and the End of Empire makes this precise point very well – imperial nostalgia is still a powerful political mobiliser.

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Similarly, in The People’s Flag and the Union Jack Gerry Hassan and Eric Shaw apply the consequences of an Englishness entwined with the imperial and the martial to the enduring failure for Labour to engage with either the break-up of Britain or the consequent re-emergence of the English nation. Both are of course vital to any understanding of Brexit.

It isn’t however a crude reductionism to suggest that Brexit must also be understood via the prism of class. Mike Carter’s All Together Now? is an epic journey, walking half the length of England to help provide that prism, looking at the deindustrialised communities almost entirely disconnected from the body politic. What kind of answer are the parties providing to their howls of rage?

In a similar vein Our City by Jon Bloomfield is an incredibly powerful testimony of how race and migration shapes the modern British city, in this case Birmingham, establishing grounds for both unity and division, the choice of which is entirely political.

Riding for Deliveroo, the debut book from Callum Cant, is another potent rejoinder to those who would reduce the entire General Election to all things Brexit. Callum’s spirited case for a resistance to the ‘new economy’ should be more than sufficient to convince it shouldn’t be.

If an election shaped by the Brexit impasse fails to respond to these many and varied howls of rage, the future will be anything but progressive. Cas Mudde’s The Far Right Today connects such an understanding to Brexit’s transatlantic equivalent, the 2016 triumph of Trumpism. A triumph framed by a populist racism coupled with authoritarian populism that has its origins in, and message projected by the alt-right.

The New Authoritarians by David Renton is an important new analysis of this phenomenon, that distinguishes this radicalised, racist right from more traditional versions of classic fascism. It is all the more dangerous for this shift. As David argues, our opposition and offering of alternatives is strengthened not weakened by understanding the nature and appeal of what we are up against. Casting votes will not be enough.

The biggest issue in the election should surely be the Climate Emergency. This will condition the shape of politics to come, so it’s useful to have a handbook to guide us. There is none better than Paul Mason’s latest, Clear Bright Future, a guide to past and present crises beyond any conventional electoral focus and a map of what a radical future in their place might look like too.

A more conventional response is provided by System Change not Climate Change edited by Martin Empson. It’s conventional in the sense that most of the contributors derive their politics from Marxism. It’s not to deride the entire legacy of this most revolutionary of ideologies to recognise that firstly its contribution to our understanding of the environmental crisis is negligible, and secondly other revolutionary ideas are serving to make up for that absence and inspiring millions to action.

For example, Greta’s short book No One is Too Small to Make A Difference , which would be my pick as the perfect 2019 Manifesto. And for a campaign guide, Extinction Rebellion’s handbook This is Not A Drill showcases the scale of audacity, action and creative resistance this campaign has generated in such a short time.

But however imaginative, however creative, in the same way that voting is not enough nor will blocking roads be sufficient if the Climate Emergency is to be reversed. We need ideas that become policies and in turn become government action. Labour putting a Green Industrial Revolution at the centre of its message is a hugely important development in this regard, although Katherine Trebeck and Jeremy Williams’ The Economics of Arrival shows how far traditional, including left, governments need to travel to produce a society that is sustainable.  

Despite the claims of politicians on the stump, nothing in politics is ever entirely ‘new’. It pays to take more than a moment to pay heed to the past. Portugal in 1974 is one such instance, the most potent example yet of revolutionary change where we’ve become accustomed to least expect it, Western Europe. It’s an episode brilliantly recalled by Raquel Varela’s new account, A People’s History of the Portuguese Revolution.

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Closer to home the new edition of Rebel Footprints by David Rosenberg is a guide to the streets and other parts of London that carry with them a radical past. It’s a history lesson on the move – what a way to spend a Sunday afternoon after 12th December, with David’s book in hand, strolling for socialism.

Anti-racism is a strand that runs through much of this past, or at least it should. Evan Smith’s history British Communism and the Politics of Race may focus on one particular part of the Left and its changing relationship to anti-racism, yet the insights provide a much broader perspective on what makes, and what doesn’t make, an anti-racist Labour Party.

To keep up to date more broadly with the historiography of communism there’s no better source than the journal Twentieth Century Communism. The latest issue is testament to its customary eclectic mix, containing Eric Hobsbawm, the Brothers Grimm and the Communist Party of Cyprus.

A range of new titles offer an impressive revisiting of how to construct a political culture. Too little has been done on this front by Labour, since Jeremy Corbyn became leader. In the rush and tumble of the campaign theres’s Fck Boris and Grime4Corbyn – but what will remain of this after the polling stations close? If 2017 is anything to go by, not a lot.

Beautifully produced, the songbook Working Class Heroes: A History of Struggle in Song edited by Mat Callahan and Yvonne Moore provides like-minded artefacts from the past to inspire us that a radical political future is not only necessary but possible – and the beauty of this is that with instrument in hand, the music can be turned into a weapon of change here and now.

Visual Dissent is an extraordinarily vivid collection of works by the much-celebrated photomontage artist Peter Kennard. If only more of the Left took note of Peter’s ability to communicate with wit, humour and impact.

The LGBT movement is never backward at coming forward with communicating its hopes, ambitions, demands for change. The origins of that political and cultural imperative are beautifully chronicled in the photos and accompanying essays from Stonewall ’69 which comprise Fred W. McDarrah’s Pride: Photographs after Stonewall.

And for a soundtrack? In Don’t Look Back in Anger Daniel Rachel chronicles the rise and fall of Cool Britannia, a music that just like the politics of the same era, the 1990s and the noughties, promised so much but in the end didn’t deliver. Better luck this time, eh?

And as for when the cut ’n thrust of the campaign serves to get a tad blunt and tawdry, I recommend a turn to How to be a Vegan and Keep your Friends from Annie Nichols. Individual, lifestyle choices aren’t sufficient in themselves, we need governments to effect change on the scale the Climate Emergency requires, yet reinventing our diet and ‘keeping our friends’ provides more than an inkling of both what is possible and necessary. Tasty too!

Who knows what the future might hold after 12th December? We can but dream, with many sacrificing evenings and weekends to help make it happen. A very welcome return therefore of the Big Red Diary to help plan the first year of supporting, resisting – or maybe even a mix of the two – a new government.

poems for when your phone dies

And my book of the General Election campaign? Matt Abbott’s debut poetry collection A Hurricane in my Head: Poems for When Your Phone Dies. Poetry? And these are for children too! What’s that got to do with 12th December, eh? Heaps. This is a once-in-a-generation vote, not only to determine Britain’s relationship with Europe via the EU, but also the scale of ambition to tackle the Climate Emergency.

On both fronts those of us of a certain age will struggle on and learn to live with the dire consequences, if the worst possible result imaginable materialises and Johnson is back at Number Ten on the morning of 13th December. But those at secondary school, the age group Matt’s book is primarily aimed at, will have to live with the fallout for most of their adolescence. A Johnson victory moreover will cement the popular shift to the Right, institutionalise its grip on power for a considerable time to come, so those at school will face a grim future.

At the very moment the Climate Emergency needs reversing most urgently, the least will be being done to stop it. The school climate strikers symbolise an entirely different discourse, hope on the move, pinning the blame for the dire prospects for their future squarely on those old enough to know better. Matt’s poems capture this hope and potential superbly, with a line in humour that the grown-ups will smile along to warmly. 12th December, for those not yet old enough to vote is just the beginning – and this is their book.

Note: No links in this review are to Amazon, if you can avoid buying from the corporate tax-dodgers please do. 

Mark Perryman is the co-founder of the self-styled 'sporting outfitters of intellectual distinction' aka Philosophy Football.


          

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Europe leads the world with its number of liberalized laws on abortion, but many women still face access barriers due to regulatory restrictions or regressive threats
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(PRESS RELEASE) --A new comparative overview of European abortion laws, released today by the Center for Reproductive Rights, reveals that more than 95% of women of reproductive age currently live in countries where laws allow abortion either on request or on broad social grounds.

This impressive statistic nevertheless masks the fact that some of these countries maintain restrictive pre-conditions, such as mandatory counselling or enforced waiting periods, that can impede or delay women accessing services. In addition, abortion is still outlawed or extremely restricted in six countries in the region.

The report, European Abortion Laws: A Comparative Overview, outlines that the trend is squarely towards positive and progressive liberalizing reform in the European region, such as the recent legalization of abortion on request in Cyprus, Ireland and Iceland. It also warns, however, that the region remains at considerable risk of attempts to rollback abortion rights, such as current proposals before the Slovakian parliament that would introduce extreme mandatory requirements prior to abortion that are contrary to international human rights principles and law. 

The new report reveals that, currently, across the European region:

  • Thirty-nine countries (ranging right across the continent, from Portugal and Spain in the West to Turkey and the Russian Federation in the East) have legalized abortion on request (i.e where abortion is legal without the need for a medical practitioner or other authority to certify a particular reason for the abortion)
  • Two countries (Finland and the United Kingdom) have legalized abortion on broad social grounds
  • Six countries retain highly restrictive abortion laws – Andorra, Malta and San Marino do not allow abortion in any circumstances; Liechtenstein allows abortion only when a woman’s life or health is at risk, or where the pregnancy resulted from sexual assault; Monaco and Poland allow abortion only when a woman’s life or health is at risk, following a sexual assault, or where a severe foetal anomaly has been detected

Some countries have set time limits on abortion on request at between 18-24 weeks of pregnancy, while others set these limits around the end of the first trimester of pregnancy. All of these countries’ laws allow access later in pregnancy in specific circumstances, such as where a woman’s health or life is at risk, and here the standard practice is not to impose any time limitation at all.

Despite having legalized abortion, some European countries have maintained a range of procedural rules and regulations that can impede and delay women’s access to abortion care.  These include:

  • mandatory waiting periods between the date on which an abortion is first requested and the date on which it may take place;
  • laws compelling women to undergo counselling, which can sometimes be required to be biased or directive;
  • short rigid time limits for accessing abortion that may disproportionately affect certain groups of women; and
  • criminalising women or medical professionals who act outside of the legal framework for abortion provision

Although the general trend in Europe has been towards increasing liberalization and removing barriers to access, in recent years some countries in Europe have attempted to roll back existing legal protections for women’s access to abortion care. Initiatives have ranged from attempts to introduce regressive pre-conditions before abortions can take place, such as mandatory biased counselling, or waiting periods, to attempts to fully ban abortion or remove existing legal grounds for abortion.

“Women in Europe have fought long and hard for legal entitlements to access abortion care,” said Leah Hector, Regional Director for Europe at the Center for Reproductive Rights.

As recent events in Poland and Slovakia demonstrate, rights to access abortion may be arbitrarily threatened by attempts to introduce new barriers or scale back on the legality of abortion care, and we must be ever vigilant.

“Comparative reports like this one help to capture the current status of abortion law and practice across the region, and provide advocates and policy makers with information on where and how their efforts should be focused moving forward. There is much progress still to be made if Europe is to achieve the promise of gender equality.”

To download a copy of European Abortion Laws: A Comparative Overview go to: https://reproductiverights.org/document/european-abortion-law-fact-sheet

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