International Parliamentary Scholarships (Ips)
The German Bundestag collaborates with the Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Freie Universität Berlin and Technische Universität Berlin to run its International Parliamentary Scholarships (IPS) scheme.This gives well qualified young people with a strong interest in politics the opportunity to gain first-hand experience of Germany's system of parliamentary government
Book of condolence for the victims of Germanwings flight 4U 9525
A book of condolence for the victims of Germanwings flight 4U 9525 will be open to sign at the Embassy of the Republic of Germany on Friday (27 March) and Monday (30 March) from 09:00-12:00 h.
The Embassy is located at 10, Nikitaras Str, Ay. Omologites, Nicosia
Germany's international broadcaster Deutsche Welle (DW) will be organising the 8th Global Media Forum, which will take place in Bonn from the 22nd to 24th of June. The international Media Conference i...
From 9-12 March 2015 a delegation of the German-Cypriot Parliamentary Group of the German Bundestag visited Cyprus. The delegation was headed by Dr. Dietmar Bartsch (The Left Party) and Mr. Heinz-Joac...
On Friday, 27 February Ambassador Nikolai von Schoepff and Doctor Yiannis Laouris, Chair of the Board of Future Worlds (FWC), signed a project agreement for the duration of this year. The agreement bu...
For the first time, the German Government and the German Renewable Energy Federation, together with its sectoral associations, are hosting the conference “Berlin Energy Transition Dialogue 2015 – towards a global Energiewende”.
Energy Transition Conference in Berlin 26/27 March 2015
In remembrance of the 52nd anniversary of the signing of the Elysée Treaty a ceremony was held by the Embassies of Germany and France together with the Goethe Institut and the Institut Français in Ni...
The German Embassy Nicosia organized on Friday 12 December 2014 an alumni evening for graduates of German universities. The event was opened with a welcoming speech by Ambassador Nikolai von Schoepff ...
The Private Sector/Federal Administration Anti-Corruption Initiative has addressed the issue of accepting gifts, hospitality and other benefits. In business transactions between the public administration and the private sector, there is still too little awareness of the standards in this area. The following catalogue of frequently asked questions is intended to help recognize the boundaries of permissible behaviour with regard to gifts, hospitality and other benefits for federal administration employees. Contact person for the Anti-Corruption Initiative at the Embassy Nicosia is Mr Uwe Wixforth.
Answers to frequently asked questions about accepting gifts, hospitality or other benefits [pdf, 194.22k]