Prime Minister Ersan Saner who is holding contacts in Turkey presented 17 million TL aid collected as a result of the joint campaign of the government and non-governmental organisations to the Vice President of Turkey, Fuat Oktay to help those affected by floods and forest fires.
The first Friday prayer was held in Bilal Ağa Masjid, which is located in the closed Maraş region and was reopened for worship on 20th July, after 47 years.
Following his meeting with the President of the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus (TRNC) Ersin Tatar, Turkish Vice President Fuat Oktay pointed out : ‘There is no alternative in Cyprus other than a two-state solution, it is time to face the realities. There are two separate communities, peoples, […]
Readers mail… Richard Chamberlain…. Eleven weeks ago, the “Ghost Town”, Varosha/Mars opened its gates and doors to the public after it had been closed for 46 years since 1974 and thousands of people descended on the “Ghost Town”. This week I returned for the second time to see […]