23 Cyprus Quotes On Success In Life

These Cyprus quotes will inspire you. Cyprus officially called the Republic of Cyprus, is an island country in the eastern Mediterranean Sea.

Below you will find a collection of motivating, happy, and encouraging Cyprus quotes, Cyprus sayings, and Cyprus proverbs.

Best Cyprus Quotes

  1. “When I was a boy we didn’t wake up with Vietnam and have Cyprus for lunch and the Congo for dinner.” ~ Lyndon B. Johnson
  2. “We’re strongly in favor of the U.N. plan for a solution to the Cyprus conflict. Hopefully a solution can be found before the end of this summit, but we cannot and will not let it block our decisions on enlargement.” ~ Anders Fogh Rasmussen
  3. “Cyprus was a breath away from economic collapse. It was a big battle in which we came out wounded, but upright and determined to make a fresh start.” ~ Nicos Anastasiades
  4. “I grew up in Cyprus and Egypt, these fantastic places I remember fondly.” ~ Tea Obreht

  5. “It’s a Cyprus of misery and soup kitchens and a state which cannot meet basic obligations. It can only cause me grief.” ~ Nicos Anastasiades
  6. “Two goddesses now must Cyprus adore; The Muses are ten, and the Graces are four; Stella’s wit is so charming, so sweet her fair face, She shines a new Venus, a Muse, and a Grace.” ~ Callimachus
  7. “If Aphrodite chills at home in Cyprus for most of the year, then Fez must be the goddess’s playground” ~ Raquel Cepeda
  8. “I don’t believe in binational states. There are wonderful examples of this, prosperous multinational states: Switzerland, Switzerland and Switzerland. Everywhere else – be it Cyprus, Yugoslavia or the Soviet Union, it ended in a terrible bloodbath.” ~ Amos Oz
  9. “Lawn as white as driven snow; Cyprus black as e’er was crow; Gloves as sweet as damask roses.” ~ William Shakespeare

  10. “It doesn’t take a genius to see what happens when the entitlement state outgrows the economy upon which it rests. The time of Greece, Cyprus, Portugal, Spain, the rest of insolvent social-democratic Europe — and now Detroit — is the time for conservatives to raise the banner of Stein’s Law and yell “Stop.” You can kick the can down the road, but at some point it falls over a cliff.” ~ Charles Krauthammer
  11. “Sven-Göran Eriksson, confronted with arguably Europe’s weakest qualifying group, has a problem; it is the same one that afflicted Jacques Santini, the France coach at the time, before Euro 2004. Not that there are no easy matches at international level; rather, there are no hard ones. In qualifying for the 2004 European Championship finals, France faced a group not of death, but of sun-block, comprising Slovenia, Israel, Cyprus and Malta, which they duly won by ten points, averaging 3.6 goals per game. We all know what happened next.” ~ Martin Samuel
  12. “The Jews were destroying both Greeks and Romans. They ate the flesh of their victims, made belts for themselves out of their entrails, and daubed themselves with their blood… In all, 220,000 men perished in Cyrene and 240,000 in Cyprus, and for this reason no Jew may set foot in Cyprus today.” ~ Cassius Dio
  13. “The people of Cyprus have sent a strong message…of stability, credibility and change.” ~ Nicos Anastasiades

  14. “I am interested in making sure that the people of Cyprus will be able to live in a reunited Cyprus, where they are free, where there’s a democracy, freedom and Cyprus is a member of the European Union.” ~ Alexis Tsipras
  15. “The E.U. initially decided to end the isolation of Turkish Cyprus, to balance the accession of Cyprus. But the E.U. has not carried through on its promise.” ~ Ali Babacan
  16. “For decades Israel has been capturing, and kidnapping Lebanese and Palestinian refugees on the high seas, from Cyprus to Lebanon, killing them in Lebanon, bringing them to Israel, holding them as hostages. It’s been going on for decades, has anybody called for an invasion of Israel?” ~ Noam Chomsky
  17. “We need to find a fair and viable solution on the basis of U.N. resolutions and the incompatible with the fact that Cyprus is an E.U. member state.” ~ Alexis Tsipras

  18. “A possibility is that we see more and more leverage, and credit-to-GDP ratios rise once more to even higher levels; eventually the banking systems of all advanced economies reach magnitudes of 500 percent, 1000 percent or more of GDP, so that every economy starts to have financial systems that resemble recent cases like Switzerland, Ireland, Iceland, or Cyprus. That might be a very fragile world to live in.” ~ Alan M. Taylor
  19. “One of the reasons I think the population question is important, if we want to be as green as possible, any of our energy that is truly renewable is limited. Solar and wind are intermittent and they’re so diffuse, it’s difficult to harness them in a significant way. But one thing we could be doing is making it a law (like it is in Israel and Cyprus) to take every building eight stories or under and heat all of the water in those buildings with solar energy. It’s absolutely simple and cheap technology.” ~ Alan Weisman
  20. “Oversoul Seven grimaced at Cyprus and began the examination. ‘Let’s see,’ he said, ‘In Earth terms, using an analogy, I’m a man on Wednesday and Friday, a woman on Sunday and Thursday, and have the rest of the time off for independent study.” ~ Jane Roberts
  21. “Greece is not the country which has occupied and illegally invaded and illegally occupied Cyprus.” ~ Alexis Tsipras

  22. “”From the reign of Nero to that of Antoninus Pius,” Gibbon says again, “the Jews discovered a fierce impatience of the dominion of Rome which repeatedly broke out in the most furious massacres and insurrections. Humanity is shocked at the recital of the horrid cruelties which the Jews committed in the cities of Egypt, of Cyprus, and of Cyrene, where they dwelt in treacherous friendship with the unsuspecting natives…In Cyrene they massacred 220,000 Greeks; in Cyprus 240,000; in Egypt a very great multitude. Many of these unhappy victims were sawed asunder…”” ~ Nesta Helen Webster
  23. “For a small open economy such as Cyprus, the euro adoption provides protection against international financial turmoil, which often has a disproportionate effect on smaller economies.” ~ Jean-Claude Trichet

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