Law enforcement has increased street vigilance to uphold public safety with regular checks, targeting crime and road accidents. Traffic monitoring involves issuing reports on offenses like speeding and impaired driving. Additionally, proactive patrols inspect vehicles, individuals, and establishments, focusing on compliance with laws and fostering responsible driving. These continuous operations aim to safeguard communities and promote a secure society. In recent days, law enforcement has intensified its vigilance on the streets, aiming to uphold public safety through regular police checks. These checks serve a dual purpose: to combat crime and prevent road accidents. The ongoing operations reflect the commitment of the police to enforce the law and protect citizens.
December 10th is World Human Rights Day, commemorating the adoption of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights in 1948. This day serves as a reminder that human rights are universal, nonnegotiable, and the duty of states to protect. The Cyprus Police has taken proactive measures to uphold human rights, including establishing specialized offices, issuing guidelines, improving detention facilities, and providing education and awareness programs for officers.
Henry Kissinger, a significant figure in US foreign policy, served as National Security Adviser and Secretary of State under President Nixon, playing a role in events like the Vietnam War peace negotiations. However, his legacy is controversial due to his involvement in international affairs that have been criticized for undermining democratic values and human rights.
The power struggle in Cyprus between the President and the Audit Office, led by Odysseas, involves allegations of financial impropriety and government corruption. The President faces accusations of unethical costcutting and dubious payments, while the Audit Office’s actions imply political ambitions and an assertion of authority.
Cyprus Airways has launched direct flights connecting Larnaca and Brussels International Airport, increasing European connectivity and opening up opportunities for both business and leisure travelers. The mortgagetorent scheme initiated by Kedipes has seen substantial interest, offering innovative solutions to struggling homeowners and providing stability to the housing market.
A 29yearold Paphos resident has been arrested for allegedly deceiving clients in fraudulent car sale agreements, resulting in theft and money laundering. Victims reported paying large sums for vehicles that were never delivered and not refunded, leading to the suspect’s arrest by the Paphos CID. The ongoing investigation is focused on uncovering the full scope of the alleged illegal activities and determining the extent of the theft and money laundering operation.
President Erdogan’s recent visit to Athens marked a historic step towards improving GreekTurkish relations, with both nations signing a declaration of friendship and agreeing on fifteen nonbinding agreements to enhance cooperation. The visit also has implications for the Cyprus issue, as Greece considers a strategic pivot and a potential end to the diplomatic deadlock.
Cyprus businesses are embracing digital transformation, with a majority incorporating social media (79.9%) and highspeed internet (96.4%) into their operations. This shift towards digitalization is also evident in the rise of ecommerce (23.5%) and mobile applications (8.5%), indicating a strong focus on staying competitive in the global digital economy.
The ETKO Christmas Market in Limassol is a winter wonderland filled with festive activities for all ages. From unique gifts at the Gift Market to meeting Santa Claus and enjoying live performances, there’s something for everyone. Indulge in Europeaninspired food and drinks at the food court, and don’t forget that children under 12 can enter for free. Join in the magic and create unforgettable Christmas memories at this enchanting event.