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Our Center STIKSIS MEDIATION SERVICES aiming to provide effective mediation services to both legal entities and individuals, in the fields of civil, commercial, family matters. We can offer free presentation to companies and individuals upon request.

21-24 March 2016ODR (online dispute resolution) training for online mediation.

23.02.2016: Amicable settlement in a trade mark passing off case in Larnaca District Court. Both parties agreed and their professional relationships restored. I represented the defendant.

16 May 2015. Training in Cyprus Central Bank regarding Mediation for Bank loans.

October 2014. Received ADRg family mediation training.

1-4 July 2014. Participation to the First World Mediation Summit in Madrid and speech re: ‘’How small claims are dealt in Cyprus’’.

December 2013 Received in Thessaloniki the title from Thessaloniki Mediators Training Institute and the ADRg,  of Accredited Mediator  for civil and commercial matters.





About Cyprus

Official name:Republic of Cyprus

Main Towns:Nicosia (capital), Limassol, Larnaka, Paphos

Geography:Cyprus is an island with an area of 9.251 sq kms. It is strategically situated at the eastern end of the Mediterranean Sea at the cross-roads of Europe, Asia and Africa and in close proximity to the busy trade routes linking Europe with the Middle East, Russia, Central Asia and the Far East. It lies 65 km south of Turkey, 96 km west of Syria, 385 km north of Egypt and some 980 km south-east of Athens. The climate is temperate with mild, wet winters and hot, dry summers.

Population:The population of Cyprus is around 800.000, 82% of whom are Greek Cypriots, 11% Turkish Cypriots and 7% foreign residents and workers.

Political System:Cyprus is a Republic with a presidential system of government. Under the 1960 Constitution, executive power is vested in the President of the Republic elected by universal suffrage for a five-year term of office. The President exercises executive power through the Council of Ministers.

The legislative power of the Republic of Cyprus is exercised by the House of Representatives in all matters. The term of office of the House of Representatives is five years.

Cyprus became a full member of the European Union on 1st May 2004.

Languages:The official languages of the Republic of Cyprus are Greek and Turkish. English is widely spoken and predominantly used in business, industry and administration. Other European languages are also spoken.

Currency:The official currency of Cyprus is the Cyprus pound (CYP£). The Republic of Cyprus is committed to joining the European Monetary Union (EMU) and adopting the Euro as its official currency. Joining the Exchange Rate Mechanism II (ERM II) on April, 2005 has been an important step to that direction.

Public Holidays:January 1 New Year's Day

January 6 Epiphany Day

March*Green Monday (Monday of Lent) (50 Days before Greek Orthodox Easter)

March 25 Greek National Day

April 1 Greek Cypriot National Day

April*Good Friday (Greek Orthodox Church)

April*Easter Monday (Greek Orthodox Church

May 1 Labour Day

June*Pentecost-Kataklysmos (Festival of the Flood)

August 15 Assumption

October 1 Cyprus Independence Day

October 28 Greek National Day (Ochi Day)

December 24 Christmas Eve

December 25 Christmas Day

December 26 Boxing Day


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