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Daily News Briefing

may 26 23

In today’s episode, the Electricity Authority of Cyprus is partly to blame for the country’s energy woes and high prices, but the state has let the people down, Energy Minister George Papanastasiou said on Thursday.

Meanwhile, German chancellor Olaf Scholz said it will take great courage to break the impasse on the Cyprus problem negotiations, questioning whether all sides have enough willpower to do so.

Elsewhere, the Cyprus Football Association has strongly denied what it called “offensive claims” moved by the former chairman of the sports ethics committee Andreas Papacharalambous during the House ethics committee on Wednesday.

All this and more in the Cyprus Beat briefing brought to you by the Cyprus Mail.

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