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CMP to decide its next step following announcement for access to 30 suspected burial sites in military areas
CNA - Kyriaki Christodoulou - CYPRUS/Nicosia 15/06/2019 10:58

The Committee on Missing Persons in Cyprus (CMP) is set to confer in the coming week to decide its next step following an announcement that Turkey has granted access to 30 suspected burial sites in military areas in the Turkish occupied areas of the island. There is no time constraint attached to the decision and the excavation planning will be decided by the CMP.

Leonidas Pantelides, the Greek Cypriot member of the CMP told the Cyprus News Agency that the access to burial sites in military areas is very helpful and supportive of the work of the Committee, adding that this week the members will get together to plan their next steps.


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