Date: 24 May 2005
Venue: The Hellenic Centre
Pre-requisites for a settlement of the Cyprus issue
Mr Loukis Loucaides
Republic of Cyprus judge at the European Court of Human Rights
Tuesday 24 May 2005
The Hellenic Centre,
16-18 Paddington Street • London W1U 5AS
Lobby for Cyprus welcomes Mr Loukis Loucaides, Republic of Cyprus judge at the European Court of Human Rights who will be speaking at the Hellenic Centre on 24 May 2005 on pre-requisites for a settlement of the Cyprus issue.
Lobby for Cyprus is honoured that Mr Loucaides will be speaking on a subject that is not only important to the Cypriot people, but also has repercussions on the European Union, especially in light of Turkey’s ambitions to become a member of the EU.
Mr Loucaides, who represents the Republic of Cyprus at the Human Rights Court of the Council of Europe, is a former Deputy Attorney General of the Republic of Cyprus. He has spent many years before and during his current position promoting a Cyprus settlement based on respect for international law and human rights.
The seminar will be followed by a question and answer session.
Lobby for Cyprus continues in its campaign for the reunification of the Republic of Cyprus and for a settlement that is in line with international law and with full respect for human rights.
Seminar to be conducted in English
Refreshments will be served
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