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Cyprus's 'health-over-wealth response to the pandemic has made the island an increasingly desirable place for investors, according to new global citizenship figures. Applications to invest and stay in Cyprus jumped by 250% in the first quarter of 2020 compared to the same period in 2019.
Cyprus is among the countries considered to be safe destinations for German citizens, German Chancellor Angela Merkel said on Thursday, during an extensive telephone conversation with President Nicos Anastasiades, whom she congratulated for Cyprus’s handling of the pandemic.
The Department of the Environment in Cyprus has already given the green light and the approval of the construction of the large-scale sporting center APPLEGYM in Nicosia.
Cyprus revealed a plan to gradually ease coronavirus lockdown measures and reboot the Mediterranean holiday island's economy.
The government will contribute €1.3m towards the construction of an amphitheater in Ayia Napa of which €500,000 will be given this year and €800,000 in 2021.
At a time when the main issue in the media is the pandemic of the new corona (Covid-19), the British website Express published the annual survey of the French travel insurance company Insurly, which presents 10 safest countries in the world, based on low crime rates and security for tourists.
On April 23, our partners Kalinka Group by CEO Ekaterina Rumyantseva held a webinar "Prospects, development trends and indicators of the real estate market in Cyprus"
Five new stunning cycle routes have been added to an initiative in Paphos to encourage cyclists to the district and ensure the area is an ‘active’ destination.