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The Weekend Neos Kosmos : 13 July 2019
DIGITAL.NEOSKOSMOS.COM THE WEEKEND NEOS KOSMOS | SATURDAY 13 JULY 2019 19 EVENTS YOUR WORDS. YOUR VOICE. Here’s what our readers on Facebook thought about: Justice for Cyprus Andrea Demetriou We protest on Sunday against the illicit invasion and continuing occupation of Cyprus by Turkey. We do not forget the 20 July, 1974. Νίκος Νέα Σμύρνη It's really about Dean....again. Bags nationalists whilst referring to South Albania as 'Northern Epirus'. Claims nationalists are 'just a group 'seeking attention'. Unlike Dean, of course... Hates being upstaged doesn't he... MP Steve Georganas on Turkey’s invasion Vicki Mastihi Thank you for your speech Steve in supporting our Cyprus! Gerry Mavrie-Yanaki The British State sponsored Scenes of Armageddon unfolded as Cypriots were displaced from their homes, leaving behind their belongings and all their ancestors had worked for. Greek Community of Australia remembers the invasion of Cyprus JUSTICE FOR CYPRUS SOUGHT IN NSW 14 July: The Justice for Cyprus Co-coordinating Committee are organising a fundraiser lunch, to raise money for the expenses for the Commemoration of the 45th anniversary of Turkish invasion and occupation of Cyprus at the Cyprus Community Club (58-76 Stanmore Road, Stanmore). 21 July: A memorial service in memory of the fallen of Cyprus and a prayer for the missing persons will be held at 10am on Sunday 21 July at the Cathedral of the Annunciation of Our Lady (242 Cleveland Street, Redfern). This will be followed by a trisagion service at 1.30pm. A rally for Cyprus will take place via Castlereagh Street, ending at Sydney Town Hall at 483 George Street, Sydney. At 3.30pm, the Anti-Occupation gathering will take place at the Cyprus Community of NSW and cultural events. Free buses will be available from the Cyprus Community Club (58-76 Stanmore Road, Stanmore) to Martin Place. Buses will depart between 12pm and 12.34 pm. return buses will depart from the corner of George and Bathurst Streets. MELBOURNE MOURNS THE VICTIMS The Coordinating Committee of Justice for Cyprus (SEKA) is organising a number of events to commemorate the human rights violations following the illegal invasion of the island by Turkey in 1974 and the continued occupation of the island since then. After last night's candlelight vigil at the steps of Parliament House, there will be a wreath-laying ceremony today at 12pm at the Australian Hellenic Memorial at Birdwood Avenue, Melbourne. On Sunday 14 July, a memorial for Fallen Heroes will be held at Agios Efstathios Church, Dorcas Street, South Melbourne. A rally is being organised at noon at the Greek Precinct on Lonsdale Street with people being called to gather at noon for a 1pm start. During this event, representatives of Cypriot and Greek organisations will call for the withdrawal of Turkish troops and the end of the occupation of Cyprus. Community members are urged to participate. On 14 August, a peaceful protest will be held outside the Turkish Embassy (24 Albert Rd, South Melbourne) in demand of the withdrawal of the Turkish troops and an end to the Turkish occupation. GIPPSLAND REMEMBERS THE INVASION On Sunday 14 July, the Greek Orthodox Community of Gippsland is hosting a memorial service at the Greek Orthodox Parish and Community of the Dormition of Our Lady (42-44 Elgin St, Morwell) to pray for the fallen heroes of the coup that took place in Cyprus in 1974. To follow there will be refreshments at the hall. On Sunday 28 July, the community will also be hosting a get together from 11.00 am2.00 pm to network with members of the community, enjoy good food, along with music and dancing. Free to attend. SOUTH AUSTRALIA'S TRIBUTE The Greek Orthodox Community of South Australia are commemorating 45 years since the Turkish invasion of Cyprus at 10.30am on Sunday, 14 July with a memorial for the lives lost by civilians and soldiers alike in July 1974. A service will be held at the Cathedral of Archangels Michael and Gabriel Greek Orthodox Church (288 Franklin Street, Adelaide). Turkish Military invasion and occupation of EU member Cyprus since 1974 is part of the Turkish alliance with the British against the Americans and the Greeks in Cyprus since 1950, which is a Turkish violation of the Treaty of Lausanne in Cyprus since 1974, which requires the United States and the European Union to implement the Treaty of Sevres against Turkey, that leads to the dissolution of Turkey into many pieces -a process begun by France, the EU and the US with the ascension process of Cyprus into the EU against hostile Turkish rhetoric towards Cyprus and the EU from 2000, that made the former Bush Administration in 2003 begin to implement the Treaty of Sevres against Turkey, through the American military overthrow of the Iraqi military dictatorship of Saddam Hussein in 2003 that laid the foundations for the dissolution of Turkey into many pieces as a result of the American sponsored emergence of the Sovereign Federation Nation State of Kurdistan uniting the Kurdish regions of Basur Kurdistan from Iraq with the Kurdish region of Bakur Kurdistan from Turkey, along with the Kurdish region of Rojava Kurdistan from Syria. Sophie Koutsoukos I agree. Why is it still unresolved? Matt Staios Let's see what he does...words, words, words. Invasion of the island Arthur Tsiambouris We. will. always. remember. and. we. need. to. always. be. at. the. side. of. our. brother. Cypriots. (translated) Jimmy Demetriou Shame. Cyprus belongs to the Cypriots. (translated) Turkish drilling and Cyprus EEZ Kyriacos Pavlou That's because the Turks have the balls to do it. The EU is spineless to take any meaningful action. Stan Vicki Boukas I ask again what is the point in being part of NATO if this organisation does not support the interests of its members? Con Kanellis Hmmmm don't hear the Trumpster saying he will intervene to contain a threat to the regional stability. Harry Sevastopoulos Europe and NATO are both useless organisations. Greece and Cyprus have a weapon called the veto .They should use to block future expansion plans of both organisations. 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