The Armenian presence in Cyprus dates back to the sixth century, when the Byzantines deported thousands of Armenians to Cyprus, thereby creating one of the first Armenian communities outside of their historic lands on the island. During the Crusades, when the two kingdoms of Cilicia and Cyprus were ruled by the Lusignan dynasty, both nobles and Armenian warriors settled on the island.
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High Commissioner Zareh Sinanyan received the newly appointed Ambassador of the Republic of Cyprus
CommissionerHigh Commissioner Zareh Sinanyan received the newly appointed Ambassador of the Republic of Cyprus, Andreas Finonos. The Commissioner presented the plans and activities of our office, detailing his visit to Cyprus last August. The parties focused on preparations for the first Armenia-Greece-Cyprus summit that will be held in Yerevan Read More
27 Feb 2020