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Turkey's approach towards missing persons' issue is inhumane, Commissioner Photiou says
CNA/Adamos Zachariadis - Greece/Athens 19/05/2019 16:51


Presidential Commissioner, Photis Photiou, has said that Turkey has been displaying an inhumane behaviour as regards the tragedy of missing persons in Cyprus, prolonging the agony and the pain of their relatives.

In a message to the annual General Assembly of the Panhellenic Committee of Parents and Relatives of Missing Persons, held in Athens on Sunday, read out by the President of the Committee Maria Kalbourtzi, Commissioner Photiou underlined that Turkey is not responding to the humanity’s call to cooperate substantively, with a view to establish the fate of all missing persons.
  
As he said, Turkey is putting obstacles to this effort, in order to cover up its huge responsibilities.

(CNA)

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