Cyprus President to Undergo Surgery for Thighbone Fracture

(Julien Warnand, Pool Photo via AP, FILE)

NICOSIA (AP) — Cyprus’ government spokesman says President Nicos Anastasiades has suffered a fracture of his femur, or thighbone, on this right leg and will undergo surgery.

Spokesman Prodromos Prodromou said in a written statement Saturday that there is no risk to the president’s overall health.

Prodromou said Anastasiades suffered the fracture during an unspecified mishap in the coastal town of Limassol. The 72 year-old Anastasiades underwent successful heart surgery in December 2014 for repair of faulty heart valves.

Anastasiades is currently in the second year of his second, consecutive five-year presidential term.

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  1. I guess he got a visit from Al Capone Trump and Bugsy Segal Netanyahue to accept capo mobster Robert Menendez offer to take control of the oil business of Cyprus called the East Ned energy initiative approved by the Organized crime families of the Congress of the United States …who just responded to Donald Trumps pledge to ” Obliterate” 80 million Iranian citizens because they are guilty of complying and meeting the conditions of an International agreement which prohibits Iran form producing Nuclear weapons by defeating a resolution submitted by congressman to make it mandatory for Congress to support the constitution of the United States that only the representatives of the people of American can launch war on defeating this bill by the U.S Senate!

    So, the mobsters must have broken his legs make sure he does exactly what they tell him like Tsipras and put in those Oil factories right in the middle of the pristene waters fo Cyprus and Crete..which can pollute the Jewel of the Mediterranean water and coastline and destroy the livelihood so the coastal communities of Crete and Cyprus!

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