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Wanting to give relief and joy to those who need it, especially during the Christmas and New Year holidays, the staff of the Cyprus Deputy Ministry of Tourism recently raised money, with the aim of turning it into food stamps.

The Cyprus council of ministers, following a proposal by the Deputy Ministry of Tourism, approved a grant plan to encourage quality and aesthetic upgrade projects of beaches.

The Deputy Ministry of Tourism in Cyprus  has announced that the amending law, which refers to the regulation on the establishment and operation of hotels and tourist accommodations (Amending) Law of 2020, includes, among other things, the addition of provisions for the creation of registers for the registration of self-employed ‘Self-Service (sharing economy) accommodation establishments’.

The Cyprus Deputy Ministry of Tourism announced that the annual Cypriot Hospitality Awards Ceremony will be held on March 03 at 17:00 and will take place at Amathus Beach Hotel Limassol.

Savvas Perdios, deputy minister of tourism, Cyprus with his team successfully completed the World Travel Market (WTM) exhibition which took place November 04 - 06 November in London.

The Deputy Ministry of Tourism has informed the coastal municipalities and communities of the launch of the grant scheme for beach planning and safety projects, with an emphasis on improving infrastructure for people with disabilities during the 2019-2020 period.

The Cypriot delegation, under Savvas Perdios, deputy minister of tourism, received encouraging messages during their presence at the important, specialised Seatrade Europe cruise fair which was recently held in Hamburg.

Savvas Perdios talks to Travel Trade Cyprus about the Deputy Ministry of Tourism, Cyprus, focus points and plans.