Cyprus’s fire-fighter

Cyprus’s deputy minister for European affairs, Andreas D Mavroyiannis

Andreas D. Mavroyiannis is the cheerful face on one of the least cheerful subjects in the European Union: the EU’s long-term budget. Heading into several crucial months of discussions about the shape and size of the seven-year budget, it is a good thing for Cyprus’s deputy minister for European affairs – and probably for the EU – that the 56-year-old is a man with seemingly vast reserves of positive attitude, as well as a healthy regard for his own ability. 

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