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Turkey bears the responsibility for no solution in missing persons issue

Turkey bears the responsibility for no solution in missing persons issue

The issue of missing persons in Cyprus remains unsolved and Turkey bears the responsibility by putting obstacles in the way, Commissioner for Humanitarian Affairs Photis Photiou said on Sunday. Speaking during a memorial service for fallen soldiers who lost their lives during the 1974 Turkish invasion, Photiou called on Turkey to take decision that would

Plumer: All Greek Cypriot prisoners of war who were transferred to Turkey in 1974 returned back to the island

Under the title “Open the archives”, Turkish Cypriot daily Afrika newspaper (13.07.16) reports that Gulden Plumer Kucuk, Turkish Cypriot member of the Committee on Missing Persons, claimed that all Greek Cypriot prisoners of war who were transferred to Turkey in 1974, returned back to Cyprus. She also argued that information for this are included in

Friendship of relatives of `missing persons`…

By Sevgul Uludag***  [email protected] Tel: 99 966518 On the 11th of June 2016 Saturday early morning we meet at the Agios Dometios checkpoint with relatives of `missing persons`, Sevilay Berk with her husband Mustafa to go to Limassol. We pick up the daughter of a dear friend, Androula Kaminara at the checkpoint… Hara, the daughter

Nestoros warns of problems in identification process if remains of missing persons are not located

Greek Cypriot member of the Committee on Missing Persons in Cyprus (CMP), Nestoras Nestoros, has warned that the CMP will face a “serious problem” in its task, if the number of remains, believed to belong to missing persons, continues to decline. Speaking during an event held by the Federation of Cypriot American Organisations, in cooperation

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