To pave the way for reunification, EU support aims to bring the Turkish Cypriot and Greek Cypriot communities closer together.
One of the fundamental principles of the EU project is the free movement of people, goods, and services across its Member States. As such, the EU sets out the rules under which people, goods, and services can cross the Green Line in 2004.
To read more about how the Green Line Regulation facilitates people-to-people contact and trade in Cyprus, please click here. Details>>
To pave the way for reunification, the Aid Programme aims to bring the two communities in Cyprus more closely together. Since 2006, the Aid Programme for the Turkish Cypriot community allocated nearly €40 million to boost skills through education.To read more about how the EU is investing in education and boosting employability, thereby contributing to social and economic development and providing opportunities to bring the Turkish Cypriot and Greek Cypriot communities closer together, please click here. Details>>
You are cordially invited to the Webinar on
Wednesday, 24 June 2020
18:30 — 20:00
EU Infopoint Zoom event
“How can we contribute to the family budget, economy and the protection of our environment by using energy efficiently?”
18:30 Energy Efficiency, EU Standards and Current Local Situation
Görkem Çelik / President of KTMMOB Chamber of Electrical Engineers
18:50 Energy Efficiency and Electricity Labour Market in Cyprus
Osman Asilzade / Cyprus Turkish Electrical Contractors Association (KTEMB) Supervisor / EU Funded Electrical… Details>>
You are cordially invited to the Webinar on the Impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the LGBTI+ community and EU Actionwith keynote speakerBelinda Dear, Advocacy Officer at ILGA-Europe*The webinar will be held on Zoom platform.REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED. Please visit the link below to complete your registration:https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_U9wGTCL5QyOHHeZ8tNHvlg Monday, 1 June 202019:00 – 20:00 (Cyprus local time)EU Infopoint Zoom eventProgramme: 19:00 LGBTI+ rights in Europe under COVID-19by Belinda Dear / ILGA – Europe 19:20 LGBTI+ rights in the Turkish Cypriot community under COVID-19… Details>>
YOU ARE INVITED!The European Commission invites you to "A Winter Concert in Nicosia" as part of European Music Days, featuring Cahit Kutrafalı Quartet, Charis Ioannou Trio with Nihan Görgü on vocals, Tree of Dawn with Ronja Bruve from Latvia on vocals and The Hot Club of Cyprus which will take place on Saturday, 14 December 2019 from 14:00- 17:00 at Sarayönü Square in Nicosia. You may get more information about this public concert by contacting 0392 228 2577 or [email protected] Details>>