Prime Minister Özgürgün spoke with the Turkish Prime Minister Yıldırım
Prime Minister Hüseyin Özgürgün had a telephone conservation with the Turkish Prime Minister Binali Yıldırım regarding the attempted military coup in Turkey on 15 July. During yesterday’s phone call, the two Prime Ministers discussed the attempted coup which tried to overthrow Turkey’s strong and stable democratic system.
The two Prime Ministers also decided to meet in Ankara with their committees on 26 July.
Changes to the Peace and Freedom Day Celebration Program
The programme for the Peace and Freedom Day celebrations on the 20th July has been changed due to the attempted coup in Turkey last Friday.
As a result, the public reception which was to be given by President Mustafa Akıncı on 20 July at 20.00 and the dinners which were to be hosted by Prime Minister Hüseyin Özgürgün and the Speaker of the Assembly Sibel Siber in honour of official guests, have been cancelled.
The show entitled “It was a call to peace” which was to be held at Girne Castle tonight has been called off while the Ankara Metropolitan Municipality Janissary Band concert will not go ahead at the Dawn Watch on Tuesday night, 19 July.
The Youth Department’s folk dance show, the Ankara Metropolitan Municipality Janissary Band show and the civil and military aircraft parade have all been removed from the official programme of the Lefkoşa parade on Wednesday 20 July.
The Ankara Metropolitan Municipality Janissary Band and the Turkish Stars show which was to take place in Girne on 20 July has also been cancelled.
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