L a t e s t N e w s
Jan. 31 - U.S. Embassy Assures CFP Parents
In light of the confusion that the recent ban on refugees to the U.S. has caused, CFP asked the U.S. Embassy in Cyprus for clarification on CFP teen visas. Here is their statement:
The U.S. Government remains committed to facilitating legitimate travel for international visitors while ensuring the security of U.S. borders. The Executive Order signed by President Trump last week affects the citizens of only seven countries. Nothing in our policies and procedures has changed with regard to those who are not from those countries. We have welcomed your program’s (Cyprus Friendship Program) participants from both sides of the island who needed visas in the past and look forward to doing so again this year.
Christine P. Jackson
U.S. Embassy Nicosia
March - 2016 Annual Report
The Cyprus Friendship Program in the United States has recently published our 2016 Annual Report, which includes the audited financial statements.
In it we also recognize and show appreciation to our wonderful supporters.
Feel free to download the report and share it with your friends.
May 12 - CFP To Participate in Euroscola
Once again, CFP has been awarded all 24 places as a delegation for our students and three teachers to attend the Euroscola session at the European Parliament in Strasbourg on the 27th October 2017. CFP students wishing to participate will compete by taking an examination on Saturday 2nd September 2017. The venue will be announced in due course at cyprusfriendship.org. A grant of over 17,000 euros will cover most expenses.
Participants (students and teachers) will be invited to attend a briefing at the EU House on Wednesday 20 September 2017 at 16:00 (GMT + 2).
Click on the picture link above to see the session programme.