Cypriot

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Cypriot

, Cypriote
1. a native, citizen, or inhabitant of Cyprus
2. the dialect of Ancient or Modern Greek spoken in Cyprus
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23, 2013 regarding the energy row, saying a two-state solution was possible if the Greek side did not want to cooperate with the Turkish Cypriots in the north.
Furthermore, the Greek Cypriots were more positive about the island's economy compared to the European and global economy, with 33% believing that the Cypriot economy was good, compared to 28% that thought that the European economy was good, while only 13% believed that the global economy was good.
Until Turkish Cypriots and Greek Cypriots throw off their ethnic hyphenation, they will make the mistake of the UK and the USA, where your ethnicity is hung round your neck like a placard for all of your life: "British Muslim" or "African American".
The UN Security Council resolution, passed on Thursday with 13 votes in favor, reiterated a call for the leadership of the Greek Cypriot and Turkish Cypriot communities to accelerate the pace of talks aimed at reunifying the divided Mediterranean island nation.
The survey has also shown that most Cypriots (62%) find that the cost of living in Cyprus is higher than the EU average, especially in relation to energy prices.
It was claimed that the Greek Cypriots had not shown any interest, Politis said.
The Turkish Cypriots also want to expand trade with the Greek Cypriots over the Green Line.
In November, when the survey was conducted, Cypriots felt less Europeans than six months ago during the previous Eurobarometer, despite the fact that the survey took place during the Cyprus Presidency of the Council of the EU.
A Greek Cypriot who is owed over Au2m sterling by the Turkish Cypriot Immovable Property Commission (IPC) sequestered, through the courts in the north, the vehicles owned by 'government ministers' as part payment, his lawyer said.
Residents of occupied Yialousa village have complained that Greek Cypriots, encouraged by statements of the two leaders on property recognition rights under a settlement, are "harassing" them on a regular basis and telling them they will have to leave.
Both sides have slogans about memory that are more or less identical, Greek Cypriots with Den Xechno (I don't forget), and Turkish Cypriots with Kanly Noel Anildi (Bloody Christmas Memorial).
President Anastasiades said that the Turkish Cypriot leader, Mustafa Akinci, and he share the same vision of Cypriots being in charge of their island, of Cyprus being reunited and of human rights being guaranteed, with all Cypriots being equal citizens of the EU.