Cyprus Mail

Daily News Briefing

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In today’s episode, MPs heard that significant legal and staffing challenges are slowing down the creation of a deputy ministry for migration, which has been deemed an important move for Cyprus given the huge uptick in arrivals of asylum seekers over the past decade.

Meanwhile, the transport ministry on Thursday announced the purchase of 40 electric vehicles to be used for official government business.

Elsewhere, the third Cyprus-Serbia intergovernmental cooperation summit led by the two countries’ presidents Nikos Christodoulides and Aleksandar Vucic took place on Thursday in Belgrade.

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

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