Lobby for Cyprus is a non-party-political human rights organisation campaigning for a reunited Cyprus.
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Press Releases 2008

16 December 2008
"Although more and more Britons are aware of the dangers of buying property in the illegally occupied north of Cyprus," Theo Theodorou, spokesman for Lobby for Cyprus, said, "much more has to be done to warn people tempted to buy property there."
10 May 2008
The action by a Greek Cypriot family to take the matter of the death by Turkey of their husband and father to the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR), is endorsed by Lobby of Cyprus, said its spokesman, Theo Theodorou.
25 April 2008
Once again, Turkey has been found guilty by the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) for denying a Greek Cypriot access to his property in the occupied north of Cyprus.
04 April 2008
Although Lobby for Cyprus welcomes the opening of Ledra Street in divided Nicosia we are still waiting for Turkey to deliver on the opening of the checkpoint at Limnitis, which was the rest of the agreement between the Republic of Cyprus and the Turkish regime in the occupied north.
15 March 2008
More than 80 property developers and lawyers from the Famagusta region learned about the dangers inherent in the illegal development and sale of Greek Cypriot-owned land in the occupied areas.
26 February 2008
18 February 2008
Once again, Turkey has been found guilty by the European Court of Human Rights for human rights violations in Cyprus, this time regarding those missing since the Turkish invasion of the island, in 1974.
11 February 2008
London – The much neglected status of the situation of the Orthodox Churches in the illegally occupied north of Cyprus is to be taken to the European Court of Human Rights and Lobby for Cyprus endorses and supports the move.
08 February 2008
Lobby for Cyprus notes with much disappointment that at the recent meeting of the Greek and the Turkish prime ministers, the matter of the discredited Annan Plan was raised again as the possible solution of the problem of the illegally occupied north of the island.