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Decisions on the Dikomo landfill will be taken after report is ready, says Nestoros Nestoros
CNA - Ralli Papageorghiou - CYPRUS/Nicosia 05/12/2018 19:09

The decision about where exactly excavation will start at the Dikomo landfill in the Turkish occupied north where reports indicate that the remains of Greek Cypriot missing persons were relocated, will taken after the release of the Portuguese expert`s report and the new information that has unfolded from the Turkish Cypriot side.

The statement was made to CNA by representative of the Greek Cypriot side at the Committee for Missing Persons CMP Nestoras Nestoros
According to information which the CMP has, the remains of approximately 70 persons from Assia village who went missing during the Turkish invasion of Cyprus in 1974 and were thrown into two wells in Ornithi village were relocated in the mid 90’s and were buried at the landfill in Dikomo.
The project for the restoration of the landfill has been financed by the EU, in the framework of


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