Nicosia, March 25, 2013
Archbishop Chrysostomos II of Cyprus,
famous for his independent position and sharp
statements regarding the political state in the region,
said that he prefers bankruptcy to accepting the terms
of a troika of international creditors (the European
Commission, the European Central Bank and the
International Monetary Fund), reports Sedmitza.ru.
The Orthodox Church of Cyprus is going to open projects
which might provide Cypriots with work.
The Archbishop has decided to invite Russian businessmen
for dinner on Thursday in order to discuss perspectives of
cooperation and to persuade them not to transmit their
capital from banks of Cyprus, report Amen and
Romfea news agencies.
26 марта 2013 г.