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Ahmet Sadi memorial

On 28 November 2019, it was 22 years since Ahmet Sadi closed his eyes before seeing his divided homeland united, so on Saturday 30 November, a group of progressive and democratic Greek and Turkish Cypriots visited the Tottenham Park Cemetery, Dodsley Place, Montagu Road, Edmonton N9 0EU.

The purpose of the visit was to commemorate with a few branches of olive and laurel together with red carnations, the graves of Ahmet and Lema Sadi, Sedat Suleiman and Hassan Raif, who all fought in the common struggle of both communities for the peaceful and brotherly coexistence of the two communities in a united Cyprus for all its people.

We promise today that we will continue their common struggle so that ALL Cypriots live in a united Cyprus, Bizonal, Bicommunal, Federal.
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