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    Demonstration in Dherynia for Famagusta, as Erdogan scheduled to arrive for a visit

    South Cyprus Famagusta Municipality is organising a demonstration on Monday evening, as Turkish President Tayip Erdogan arrives in the TRNC late Monday for a visit, a day before the 47th anniversary of intervention.

    Erdogan is arriving to the TRNC on Monday for a visit and has already said that he will be making announcements as regards the status of the fenced off town of Varosha, Famagusta region. Anastasiades, expressed hope that intense diplomatic efforts by South Cyprus will prevent further action by the Turkish President  during his visit to North Cyprus on the anniversary of the 1974 Intervention.

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    The demonstration under the name “We are Famagusta” will take place at the municipality’s cultural centre in Dherynia, a few steps away from the TRNC areas at 1900. The municipality has arranged for busses from all towns to transfer those wishing to take part in the demonstration at Dherynia.

    Numerous UN backed talks to reunite the island have failed to yield results. A 5+1 Informal Meeting that took place in Geneva, on April 27-29, failed to find enough common ground to allow for the resumption of formal negotiations in relation to the settlement of the Cyprus problem.

    UN Secretary – General, Antonio Guterres, has said that he will convene in the near future another meeting of the 5+1, the five plus the United Nations, again with the objective to move in the direction of reaching common ground to allow for formal negotiations to start.

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    Varosha, the fenced off section of town of Famagusta, is often described as a ‘ghost town’.

    made in Ankara on October 6. Both the UN Secretary-General and the EU expressed concern, while the UN Security Council called for the reversal of this course of action.

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