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UK interested in Cyprus solution compensation

UK interested in Cyprus solution compensation

The British government is gearing up to send financial experts to look into the matter of compensation in a bid to try and boost the ongoing peace talks in Cyprus. According to reports in Phileleftheros on Monday, British Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond had spoken extensively with high ranking officials during his recent visit to Nicosia

Properties dispute threatening to derail talks

Talks on the Cyprus problem remain up in the air with Phileleftheros sources reporting on Monday that negotiations could hit a brick wall if no compromise is found over the controversial issue of properties. The daily was reporting on Monday that failure to find headway on that specific topic could derail other issues that are

G/c refugees visiting Gialousa often and “harassing” the inhabitants

Under the title “Tension is escalating”, Turkish Cypriot daily Star Kibris newspaper (24.08.15) reports that  The inhabitants told the paper that the Greek Cypriots take pictures, enter in some houses and tell them that “this place is ours, you should come out and we are going to settle here”. The former “mayor” of occupied Gialousa, Ozay

Negotiators roll up sleeves over property issue

The negotiating teams on the Cyprus problem have been busy thrashing out the criteria needed to govern the sensitive issue of properties. President Nicos Anastasiades is aiming to give the National Council, his top advisory body on the handling of the Cyprus issue, a full briefing after the summer break. Working groups on the Cyprus

North buys Greek Cypriot property worth €240m

The occupation regime’s ‘Immovable Property Commission’ has spent €240 million on purchasing Greek Cypriot land in the occupied areas since being established nine years ago. The occupation regime has indicated it believes the commission is the most effective means of solving the complicated property issue within an eventual solution to the Cyprus Problem. According to

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