Cyprus–United Arab Emirates relations

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Cyprus–United Arab Emirates relations
Map indicating locations of Cyprus and United Arab Emirates


United Arab Emirates

Cyprus–United Arab Emirates relations are the relations between the Cyprus and United Arab Emirates. The U.A.E. has an embassy in Nicosia while Cyprus maintains an embassy in Abu Dhabi and a consulate-general in Dubai. The two countries have been cooperating since 1960 on the economic aspect as part of both being part of the Middle East Region. There are dozens of Cypriot expatriates living and working in the U.A.E. mainly working under the Joannou & Paraskevaides multinational company.[1]

Cyprus Trade Centre in Dubai[edit]

As part of attracting foreign direct investment from U.A.E. to Cyprus, the Cypriot Ministry of Commerce, Industry and Tourism opened the non-profit organisation Cyprus Trade Centre in Dubai in 1977.[2]