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- Joint declaration of the Turkish and Greek Cypriot Teachers' Unions
At the invitation of the Cprus Greek Teachers Organization (POED) and in the frames of
the efforts undertaken by the two organizations for the reapproachment of the Greek and Turkish
people in Cyprus, members of the executive committee of the Cyprus Turkish Teachers Union (KTOS)
visited on October 24, 2000, the offices of POED in Nicosia and had meetings with the leadership
- Joint Declaration of the Republican Turkish Party(CTP) and
Delegations of AKEL, headed by the General Secretary of the C.C., Demetris Christofias, and the Republican Turkish Party, headed by the President of the Party, Mehmet Ali Talat, that met at AKEL headquarters today, January 17, 1997, jointly declare that:
- Declaration by several Turkish Cypriot organizations
The future will be formed by the volunteers of peace and democracy
- War or peace?
Declaration Released on September 1st, 1996 for 'World Peace Day'
by 'The Action Comitee for Democracy and Peace' which is supported by various
Turkish Cypriot organisations, political parties, labour unions etc.
- Give Peace a Chance: Joint Declaration by Cypriot Women
The following joint Declaration was issued at the end of a 3-day meeting in
Brussels, which brought together fifty Greek and Turkish Cypriot women,
four Greek and Turkish Cypriot women from the UK, two Palestinian and two
Israeli women under the slogan "Give peace a chance - Women speak out in
- Joint Declaration of the Patriotic Unity Movement(YBH) and the United Democrats(EDI)
The Patriotic Unity Movement headed by Mr. Izzet Izcan and the United Democrats headed
by Mr. Mihalis Papapetrou met at the headquarters of the United Democrats on 13th May 2000
and having discussed the Cyprus problem and the related issues at length arrived at the
- Joint Declaration of AKEL and the Patriotic Unity Movement(YBH)
AKEL and the Patriotic Unity Movement having met at Pila on October 16, 1999, having evaluated the current situation in Cyprus, the region and
and having cordially exchanged views on matters of mutual concern jointly
- Joint declaration by the youth branches of four political parties
The Patriotic Unity Movement Youth Section (Turkish Cypriots), the
Republican Turkish Party Youth Branch (Turkish Cypriots), the Cyprus
Socialist Youth EDEN (Greek Cypriots) and the Young Generation of the
Austrian Socialdemocratic Party having met in Vienna on the 9th of March
2000 and having evaluated the current situation of Cyprus jointly declare:
- Joint declaration of the New Cyprus Party(YKP) and ADISOK
The joint commitee formed by YKP and ADISOK to work on the Cyprus
problem met for the third time in the offices of YKP in Nicosia and
continued their discussion on the subjects of:
1. Constitutional aspects of the Cyprus Problem.
2. Presence of foreign troops and guarantees.
3. Refugees, settlers, three freedoms and territorial aspects.
- Joint Comminuque - AKEL and the Republican Turkish Party(CTP)
AKEL and the Republican Turkish Party(CTP) having met in Nicosia on May 24,2000, having discussed the current situation in Cyprus and in the world and having exchanged views on issues of mutual interest in a cordial atmosphere, jointly declare the following:
- New Cyprus Party(YKP) and ADISOK joint statement (November 30,1990)
On November 30, 1990, delegations of ADISOK and YKP met at the New Cyprus Party(NCP-YKP) office in Nicosia.
- New Cyprus Party(YKP) and ADISOK joint statement (February 4, 1991)
The two parties asserting their support to their joint declaration on 30th November 1990 wish to express their regret that no solution has yet been found to the Cyprus question.
- No Stones, No Bullets, but Flowers
Declaration released by Turkish Cypriot Peace Marchers, who named themselves "A Group of Peace-Loving Youth" and the message
they received in return from the Greek Cypriot organizations. This group of Turkish Cypriots marched to the Ledra Palace checkpoint
through a main road in Nicosia chanting slogans for peace, carrying banners and flowers. Then after a while of chanting at the border, they sent their flowers to the representatives of 19 Greek Cypriot organizations waiting on the other side of the line. In return they received a symbolical bunch of flowers and a message from the Greek Cypriot organizations. The event took place on the 19th July 1997, on the eve of very tense days in Cyprus.
- Joint Communique of United Democrats Youth Movement and Patriotic Unity Movement Youth
The Youth Organization of the Patriotic Unity Movement, headed by Murat
Kanatli, General Secretary, and of Youth Organization of the United
Democrats, headed by its President Costas Christou, met at the offices
the United Democrats in Nicosia on Friday, 9/6/00, and following a
discussion of the Cyprus problem and other issues of mutual interest
the following conclusions:
- Joint Declaration of Cypriot Trade Unions
On the occasion of World Peace Day the trade union movement of Cyprus,
Greek Cypriot and Turkish Cypriot, reaffirm their adherence to the
principles af peace and their determination to work with all their power
for consolidation of peace in the whole af Cyprus and for conditions
conductive to the co-operation of the people at the island for progress
- Education after a solution; A proposal by the Patriotic Unity Movement Youth Section
The youth movement of the Patriotic Unity Movement(YBH) declare their vision for the principles of the educational
system after a solution.
- Hand in Hand Together, Struggle for Peace
The flyer handed out by the Ekim Cultural-Artistic Production Society Youth Branch at the Villagers' Reunion Meeting
in Pergamos on July 1, 2000.
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