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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Turkey shares the justified concerns of the Turkish Cypriot people on this issue and supports the statement made on 10 February 2018 by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus.
To the question "I don't trust Greek Cypriot politicians to implement an agreed solution," the percentage dropped in 10 years from 73 per cent in 2007 to 52 per cent in 2017.
British Cypriots demonstrated their solidarity and support for President Anastasiades at a dinner in his honour on Saturday organised by the National Federation of Cypriots in the UK, held at the Greek Cypriot Brotherhood in London.
UN Special Adviser on Cyprus Espen Barth Eide, who is acting as a mediator in the peace talks between Turkish Cypriots and Greek Cypriots over the unification of the ethnically divided island, told reporters recently that both sides had agreed that individual property rights prior to the island's division will be respected, following a meeting between Turkish Cypriot President Mustafa Akyncy and Greek Cypriot leader Nicos Anastasiades on Thursday.
The cabinet adopted the proposal on 24 January and it is on the Cypriot parliament's agenda, on 20 February.
Turkish troops occupied the northern third of the island, guarding the Turkish Cypriot community, about 20 percent of the total population.
Members of Jehovah's Witnesses are exempt from active military duty; however, they are legally required to complete an alternative military service and perform reservist duty in the Greek Cypriot National Guard.
The bus, which was carrying 13 Cypriots, careered off the road that leads to St Catherine's Monastery in south Sinai, the Cypriot ambassador to Egypt, Phaedon Anastasiou, told the private Cypriot TV channel Ant 1.
As Yiannis Papadakis has demonstrated in Perceptions of History and Collective Identity: A Comparison of Greek Cypriot and Turkish Cypriot Perspectives, the official Greek Cypriot narrative focuses on the period of 1955-1960 and 1974, while the official Turkish Cypriot narrative focuses on the events of 1963-1967.
Greek Cypriots control the only internationally recognized government; in November 1983 Turkish Cypriot "President" Rauf Denktash declared independence and the formation of a "Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus," which is recognized only by Turkey; both sides publicly support a settlement based on a federation (Greek Cypriot position) or confederation (Turkish Cypriot position)
Without any warning, this forbidding obstacle was thrown open by the Turkish Cypriot authorities, and it was announced that any Cypriots could travel freely on the island as long as they were back at the frontier by midnight.
The RAF Red Arrows aerobatic display team put on a show yesterday for a six-year-old Cypriot boy whose fight against leukaemia has united the divided isle.