Markos Kyprianou

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Markos Kyprianou (Greek: Μάρκος Κυπριανού [ˈmarkos cipriaˈnu]; born 22 January 1960) is a Cypriot politician who served as a Minister of Foreign Affairs until his official resignation on 19 July 2011, following the events of the Evangelos Florakis Naval Base explosion. A member of the Democratic Party, he was formerly Cyprus's Finance Minister and the European Commissioner for Health. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Markos Kyprianou has received more than 25,093 page views. His biography is available in 16 different languages on Wikipedia (up from 15 in 2019). Markos Kyprianou is the 15,000th most popular politician (down from 13,632nd in 2019), the 37th most popular biography from Cyprus (up from 41st in 2019) and the 24th most popular Cypriot Politician.

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Among politicians, Markos Kyprianou ranks 15,000 out of 15,710Before him are Wendell R. Anderson, Chen Jing, Jüri Jaanson, Kim Reynolds, Freddie Pitcher, and Paul Laxalt. After him are Phil Murphy, Petteri Orpo, Carol Moseley Braun, Kaja Kallas, Pravind Jugnauth, and John Chafee.

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Among people born in 1960, Markos Kyprianou ranks 549Before him are Mikel Herzog, Marijan Pušnik, Jonathan Larson, Prvoslav Vujcic, Shinji Kobayashi, and Hiroshi Matsuda. After him are Jiang Yi-huah, Kevin Clash, Petar Lesov, Silk Smitha, William Kwong Yu Yeung, and Thomas Marshburn.

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Among people born in Cyprus, Markos Kyprianou ranks 37 out of 57Before him are Ioannis Frangoudis (1863), John II of Jerusalem (1260), Paul IV of Constantinople (null), Androulla Vassiliou (1943), Marcos Baghdatis (1985), and Evridiki (1968). After him are Diam's (1980), Michalis Konstantinou (1978), Ioannis Okkas (1977), Michalis Hatzigiannis (1978), Despina Olympiou (1975), and Eleftheria Eleftheriou (1989).


Among politicians born in Cyprus, Markos Kyprianou ranks 24Before him are John II of Cyprus (1418), Marie of Lusignan, Queen of Aragon (1273), George Vassiliou (1931), Mehmet Ali Talat (1952), John II of Jerusalem (1260), and Androulla Vassiliou (1943).

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