FM stresses need to implement UN resolutions

Foreign Minister Ioannis Kasoulides on Monday stressed the importance of implementing all relevant UN resolutions to reverse Turkey’s actions and provocations in Varosha.

According to reports, the stretch being cleared on the Golden Sands beach in the area for commercial use is around 600 metres long.

A spokesperson for the foreign ministry told the Cyprus News Agency that Kasoulides expressed his profound dissatisfaction regarding the latest developments in the enclosed town.

“Turkey’s actions are opposed to the spirit of UN Security Council resolutions, as well as recent presidential statements by the Security Council on Famagusta,” the spokesperson said.

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