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Occupied Cyprus Project aims in helping keeping the flag of struggle for return of ALL 200,000 Greek, Armenian, Latin, Maronite, and even Turkish-Cypriot refugees back in their ancestors lands, by providing detailed information about Cyprus communities (villages/towns), occupied ILLEGALLY by the Turkish army since 1974.
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|Websites of Greek Cypriot Refugees depicting their villages occupied ILLEGALLY by Turkey since 1974:|
- Agios Amvrosios
- Agios Epiktitos
- Ardhana II
- Coma tou Yialou
- Lefkoniko I
- Lefkoniko II
- Vatili I
- Vatili II
The Rule of Law.
Factual and Legal Causation of the Cyprus Problem:
|December 3 2003: Turkey has been ordered to pay £1.100.000CY [$2.310.000USD £1CY=$2.10USD] to Mrs. Titina Loizidou, a Greek-Cypriot refugee coming from the Turkish occupied town Kyrenia, occupied Cyprus. The order by the Council of Europe followed the ruling of the European Court of Human Rights in the case of Loizidou v Turkey. Turkey handed over a cheque for 1.2 million euros to Council of Europe Secretary-General Walter Schwimmer, compensating Greek Cypriot Titina Loizidou for the loss of use of her property in the Turkish-occupied town of Kyrenia. Turkey has been refusing to comply with the judgment of the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) for five years. Turkey has still to comply with the second limb of the decision demanding Turkey to provide free access and resettlement of Mrs. Titina Loizidou back in her home in Kyrenia, Cyprus.|
Vertical Application of the Law: Loizidou v. Turkey ECHR
claim: Horizontal Application of the Law: Cyprus v. Turkey ECHR
|Cyprus v. Turkey (2002) 35 E.H.R.R. 30 ECHR||Cyprus v. Turkey (1997) 23 E.H.R.R. 244 Eur Comm HR||Cyprus v. Turkey (1993) 15 E.H.R.R. 509 Eur Comm HR||Cyprus v. Turkey (1982) 4 E.H.R.R. 482 Eur Comm HR|
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