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International community to address Turkey’s provocations, says Photiou

Presidential Commissioner Photis Photiou

The international community, the UN and the EU cannot keep on showing tolerance towards Turkey, said Commissioner Photis Photiou, in a memorial service held Saturday for the heroes and missing persons of Dromolaxia-Meneou communities in Larnaca.

He noted that the Greek Cypriot side is taking initiatives for the missing persons with the aim to get Turkey to cooperate on this humanitarian issue, calling on everyone who has information on missing persons to come forward as time is not on our side and the ordeal of the relatives needs to end.

Photiou said that currently Turkey is escalating its provocations and threats and speak of the need to recognize the puppet state and the political equality of the Turkish Cypriots, adding that this as well as the provocations in Varosha, violate the UN resolutions and the international law.

He also pointed out that will keep on fighting for the reunification of our island and for a last and viable solution.

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