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Lobby for Cyprus seminar
Date: 14 July 2005 at 7.30pm
Venue: Theatro Technis

Four key milestones and their impact on modern Cyprus

Dr Klearchos A Kyriakides
Lt Cdr Martin Packard RN (RETD)
Dr William Mallinson
Mr Costas Frangeskides

Thursday 14 July 2005

Theatro Technis
26 Crowndale Road • London NW1 1TT

Nearest tube stations:
Mornington Crescent and Camden Town (Northern Line)

Lobby for Cyprus presents a seminar consisting of four talks from distinguished speakers on key years in the recent history of Cyprus.

1954 - A pivotal point in political history
by Dr Klearchos A Kyriakides

1964 - The crucial moment: myth and reality
by Lt Cdr Martin Packard RN (RETD)
1974 - US Interests, British acquiescence and the invasion
by Dr William Mallinson
2004 - The Annan plan and the future
Mr Costas Frangeskides

Dr Kyriakides is a solicitor and lecturer in law at the University of Hertfordshire.  He is writing a book on the history and status of the British military presence in Cyprus.
Lt Cdr Packard is a former Royal Navy jet pilot and intelligence analyst. Leader of tripartite mediating initiatives in Cyprus in 1964.
Dr William Mallinson is professor of International History at the New York University, Athens campus. He is a former British diplomat and is the author of Cyprus: A Modern History (IB Tauris, London, 2005), which has just been published.
Costas Frangeskides is a solicitor and partner in a city law firm specialising in international litigation and dispute resolution. 

Seminar to be conducted in English
and followed by a question and answer session

Refreshments will be served

Admission free

by telephone/fax 020 8888 2556
or email admin@lobbyforcyprus.org to confirm attendance