Omirou Demands Functional and Viable Plan at POMAK-PSEKA Conference

Yiannakis Omirou, the President of the Cyprus House of Representatives  was reported by CNA to insist “it is everyone’s duty to history and civilization to avert the fait accomplis of the Turkish invasion in Cyprus and to insist on a solution that will withstand the test of time and be functional and viable.”

Omirou was in Nicosia addressing the 18th World Conference of Overseas Cypriots (POMAK-PSEKA) and the Executive Council Meeting of Young Overseas Cypriots (NEPOMAK).

He “welcomed the  overseas Cypriots, noting their contribution in promoting the just cause of the Cyprus problem in the countries where they live and prosper,” according to CNA, which quoted him saying “Through your initiatives, actions and continued mobilisation, you have become leaders in the struggle to end the Turkish invasion and restore human rights which have been so fragrantly violated.”


NICOSIA - The World Bank’s International Center for Settlement of Investment Disputes (ICSID) ruled against Greek investors who lost $600 million in bonds and deposits in Cypriot banks in 2013, the funds seized on government orders to prevent their collapse.

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