Turkey has huge responsibilities over the issue of missing persons in Cyprus, Presidential Commissioner Photis Photiou said on Saturday. Speaking about the Cyprus issue,
He was addressing the funeral of Savvas Apostolides from Neo Chorio Kythreas, a Greek Cypriot who was killed during the 1974 Turkish intervention but was considered missing ever since.
Our aim is to determine the fate of all missing persons, the Presidential Commissioner said. “Turkey’s responsibilities over this issue are huge.
The aim is a Cyprus settlement which is in line with international law, EU principles and the acquis, as well as UN resolutions, he concluded.