Turkish Cypriot Towns Tell P.M. Cameron to Help End Cyprus’ Occupation

The Committee of Cyprus Occupied Municipalities  wrote a letter to British Prime Minister David Cameron urging him to sue his influence and demand the immediate withdrawal of Turkish troops and settlers from Cyprus.

“In a letter, delivered to 10 Downing Street on Tuesday and signed by Alexis Galanos, Mayor of Famagusta and President of the Committee, members unanimously urge the PM and the British government to press for the implementation of the resolutions adopted by the UN, the acquis communautaire and the decisions adopted by the EU regarding the Cyprus issue…The Committee supports “the ongoing negotiations between the two communities towards the finding of a just, viable and functional solution for the Cyprus problem,” CNA reported.


NICOSIA - A Cypriot anti-racist organization, Far Right Watch Cy denounced what it said was an attack against Turkish-Cypriots by a group of Greek-Cypriots and warned it could lead to retaliation and further tension on the island.

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