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HOUSE OF COMMONS Press Release – DAVID BURROWES MP

David Burrowes takes first opportunity in Parliament to urge Foreign Secretary to make Cyprus a priority. During the Queen’s Speech Debate in Parliament on Monday, David Burrowes MP for Enfield Southgate took the first opportunity he could to raise the issue of Cyprus. He asked the Foreign Secretary Rt Hon Philip Hammond MP: My constituents are particularly interested in Cyprus. ... Read More »

Cyprus President to Meet Brave Cypriots

Interview on CyBC The couple who raised three  Cyprus flags outside their shop in Famagusta and were duly arrested by the authorities after complaints from 5  mainland Turkey were later  interviewed on CyBC .  The interview was both emotional and tearful for the ladies,  Elita Michaelidou the CyBC presenter and Cinel Senem Husseyin, but the studio audience was not immune to crying ... Read More »

Letter to The new leader of the Turkish Cypriot Community

7 May 2015 Mr Mustafa Akinci The new leader of the Turkish Cypriot Community Nicosia Cyprus Dear Mr Akinci We are a UK based non-party political action group, with UK Cypriot members, campaigning for the re-unification of Cyprus and the implementation of UN Resolutions and basic human rights to all Cypriots, regardless of religion or ethnicity. The peace loving people ... Read More »

Greek Cypriot Brotherhood letter to the President of the EC

The resolution of the AGM of the Greek Cypriot Brotherhood sent to the President of the European Commission, Mr Jean-Claude Juncker and his response. The letter was sent by Tony Yerolemou the President of the Greek Cypriot Brotherhood on the 1st of March 2015 The reply was dated 14th April 2015 (see below). Mr Jean-Claude Juncker President of the European ... Read More »

Christopher Hitchens On Cyprus

We are all prisoners of knowledge. To know how Cyprus was betrayed, and to have studied the record of that betrayal, is to make oneself unhappy and to spoil, perhaps for ever, one’s pleasure for visiting one of the world’s most enchanting islands. Nothing will ever restore the looted treasures, the bereaved families, the plundered villages, the groves and hillsides ... Read More »

Anastasiades: Joint Community action Crucial

Minister of Interior Socrates Hasikos,  read a speech submitted by President Anastasiade at the unveiling of a monument for the Missing Persons in Potamia (a mixed village) . In the speech he  re-iterated that  joint action is needed in fact a requirement  to  help to increase understanding between the two communities in Cyprus and was  crucial for a  solution  to  the ... Read More »

Famagusta (Varosha) The ECOCITY Project

What’s the story? Any reopening of the deserted district of Famagusta – Varosha, in the future gives  a unique opportunity to learn from history and rebuild for a better future.  The risks are great but with rebuilding Varosha with the two Cypriot communities both Greek & Turkish while promoting  peaceful coexistence within an “eco­city”, this  the project aims at environmental ... Read More »

Remember the Greek Holocausts

Source: g20humanrights.com A little background information: In 1994, May 19 was selected by the Greek parliament as the day to commemorate the Pontian Greek Genocide by the Turks. The Pontic Genocide is one of the darkest moments in history not only for Greeks, but also for mankind. The Genocide vanished from its ancestral and historic homeland in Pontus a culturally vibrant and unique part of the Greek population that had been fighting for its survival for about 3,000 ... Read More »

Staff emails of Permanent Representation of Cyprus at EU

This is a list of the Staff of the Permanent Representation of Cyprus to the EU. The site gathers information relating to the activities of the Permanent Representation and Cyprus in general in relation to the EU institutions, especially developments in Brussels. The list below is given with emails so that you can easily contact them. The site is here: Permanent ... Read More »