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About jeba

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  • Location Greece
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  1. BREXIT positives and negatives

    Some found ways to achieve that. But a bigger problem is probably that not all medication is available in Cyprus (including the newer covid vaccines).  A pharmacist explained to me that for some drugs like e.g. sumatriptan (a drug against migraines) the regulatory price cap is so low that importers can't make a profit and therefore, they stopped providing it. When I had to get some for my girlfriend, I had to go to the Turkish occupied part and buy it there.
  2. BREXIT positives and negatives

    As of 1 Jan 23 Cyprus will not allow shippinģ medication from non-EU countries like the UK. That's a problem for many British retirees.
  3. Keeping a car in another country?

    Are there still import fees between EU-countries?
  4. Lack of remorse will increase the fine. Seems you deserve it.
  5. The War in Ukraine

    Stop digging your hole deeper and deeper!
  6. Tell that to my daughter who is currently staying with me in Cyprus. As she doesn't want to sleep under a duvet she heats up her bedroom to 26°C. Thankfully,  my PV facility provides more than enough electricity for the heatpump (which is my aircon).
  7. The War in Ukraine

    It may be true that you haven´t met a poor doctor, but how is that relevant to my situation?  If that is the kind of evidence you´re relying on...    
  8. The War in Ukraine

    Thanks again for making my point. But didn´t you claim you need to be rich in order to leave a war zone?  
  9. The War in Ukraine

    What´s your point? That there are Ukrainian refugees?
  10. The War in Ukraine

    Firstly, you have no idea how rich, or not, I am. Secondly, since when do refugees have to be rich? Are you under the impression that the majority of refugees are rich?  
  11. The War in Ukraine

    I would have left the country to keep my children safe. In fact, had conscription not been done away with by the time we returned to Germany, I wouldn´t have returned for my son´s sake (having been subject to conscription myself).
  12. What about tenants who are paying a flat rate for utilities and don´t have a meter (such as my student son)? How can anyone know what should serve as a basis for calculation?
  13. 90 day rule and Schengen border control

    Call it what you want. I can assure you that it very much feels like a border. When I drove there with my non-EU girlfriend she was refused re-entry at the Pyla crossing by the British (not Cypriot) guards there. We had to return and re-enter via Famagusta. It was an annoying waste of time and petrol that did nothing but add to avoidable pollution.
  14. The War in Ukraine

    What would you have done if you had been in their place? Leave children unattended in the middle of rubble, without water, electricity heating, food...? What would you have called them if they had done that?