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Bi-communal Peace Initiative – United Cyprus declaration on Arson attack at Denia mosque

Bi-communal Peace Initiative – United Cyprus declaration on Arson attack at Denia mosque

We will defend what we achieved! We will defend Peace! We, Greek Cypriot and Turkish Cypriot citizens’ organisations, trade unions, cultural, professional and political associations join our voices to denounce the criminal attack against the historical mosque in Denia village. We call upon the authorities to take all necessary actions to bring those responsible to

Eide attends Bi-Communal Peace Initiative’s event

The  Bi-communal Peace Initiative-United Cyprus held a memorial event for Cypriot victims of bloody conflicts from both communities in front of the Home for Cooperation at the Buffer Zone in Lefkoşa yesterday evening. During the event entitled “the Blameless Victims of the Past,” those who lost their lives in 1958, 1963 and 1974 were commemorated.

Remembering the victims of our violent past – Working for Peace

We will come together Greek and Turkish Cypriots to express our resolve to support the renewed negotiation process all the way and create the prospects for a bright peaceful future for the island. Working for reconciliation we cannot but take a moment to remember the innocent victims on all sides, of more than 50 years

Βroad bi-communal meeting of all organizations and groups working for Solution, Reunification and Peace

  The Bi-communal Peace Initiative – United Cyprus brings together 50 or so organizations and groups from both sides of the divide with a view to expressing the common wish for a federal, bi-zonal, bi-communal reunited Cyprus. Operating in its current form since 2009 it has sought to engage the broader masses of Greek and

Declaration:The resounding victory of Mustafa Akinci and the Winds of Change

Bi-communal Peace Initiative United Cyprus Declaration The Bi-communal Peace Initiative United Cyprus, which consists of 50 trade unions, civic organisations and movements, notes the following: 1. The resounding victory of Mustafa Akinci, who is now the Turkish-Cypriot leader and negotiator, is an immense source of joy and inspiration. We salute the election of Mr. Akinci,

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