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Dendias: The “Wall” of Nicosia Continues to Divide

November 9, 2021

ROME – Greek Foreign Affairs Minister Nikos Dendias issued a statement on the 32nd anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall on Tuesday, referring to what he called the current “wall” in Nicosia dividing the island of Cyprus.

“The Berlin Wall fell 32 years ago (November 9, 1989). The ‘wall’ of Nicosia continues to divide the capital of a European Union member state,” Dendias said in a tweet.

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