The shocking testimony of Famagusta: For us it was a knife, I am tired of talking about the past, I want to see the future
For the “black” anniversary of the Turkish invasion of Cyprus, the future of its country and the visit of the President of Turkey, Tayyip Erdogan The author and archaeologist from Famagusta, Anna Marangou, spoke in a TV interview on Kathechomena on Tuesday (20/7).
“As a Famagusta resident, I feel feelings of absolute anxiety and worry because Turkey does what it saysHe said on the occasion of Erdogan’s visit to the Occupied Territories.
“I’m tired of talking about the past. I want to see the future of my children and grandchildren “
Anna Marangou is obviously excited talking to Mega spoke of a difficult day for all Cypriots as it is the memory of the invasion. “I’m tired of talking about the past. I want to see the future, of my children and grandchildren, to rise from the curse and inaction we have imposed on them, waiting for others. “We have the main role,” he said, focusing on the need for the Republic of Cyprus to make consensual proposals to the EU and Turkish Cypriots.
“We do not want another half century. We do not want to see our country adapt to Turkey, we do not want Islam on the sidelines. “Through the diplomatic channel, the Republic of Cyprus should think and propose alliances and proposals to the Turkish Cypriots,” he underlined.
“We want peace and tranquility in our place”
“Yesterday, the Turkish Cypriots spoke and said that they do not want two states. Our government opens its hands and eyes to the Turkish Cypriots as well. This place does not raise other matches. We want peace and tranquility in our country. we do not want to continue what we have suffered in the last 50 yearsPointed out the author and archaeologist.
«The opening of a public park in front of the Hellenic High School was a knife for us Famagusta residents. The Greek High School was a courage for us. “The title of ‘Hellenic High School’ was coined yesterday for Erdogan’s visit,” he said.