Geography of Cyprus
The promotion in Cyprus of electric vehicle charging infrastructure will create the green and sustainable cities and communities of tomorrow, the island's Minister of Transport, Communications and Works Yiannis Karousos said in a speech during the presentation of public e-point charging stations in the municipality of Nicosia, at the opening of a station at the junction of Stasandrou and Ayias
The spokesperson said the U.S recognised the right of the Republic of Cyprus to develop resources in its Exclusive Economic Zone
It was located northeast of Cyprus
Heavy rainfall, snow and frigid temperatures affect Cyprus with temperatures in Nicosia dropping as low as 2 degrees.
In Troodos the snow reached 75 cm high. The Platres-Troodos and Karvounas-Troodos roads remain closed due to icy conditions.
Police are urging drivers to drive carefully and at low speeds.
An autopsy conducted at the Famagusta State Hospital into the recent killing of a Nigerian student in the Turkish Cypriot town of Famagusta has confirmed that he died of a cerebral haemorrhage caused by severe blows to the head.
A toxic combination of decreasing rainfall, the abandonment of rural areas and an increase in water consumption over the past few decades has resulted in more than half the island of Cyprus being in immediate danger of desertification. Just 1.5 percent of the land area - the ridge of the Troodos mountain range - is not deemed to be at any such risk.