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Greek Cypriot authorities apt to close its borders to the citizens of "third world"

Greek Cypriot authorities apt to close its borders to the citizens of third world

Greek Cypriot media argued that Greek Cypriot Administration was preparing to close its borders for the citizens of “third world” entering Cyprus via the airports and harbors in N. Cyprus as part of the modifications on Green Line Regulation.

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Greek Cypriot media argued that Greek Cypriot Administration was preparing to close its borders for the citizens of “third world” entering Cyprus via the airports and harbors in N. Cyprus as part of the modifications on Green Line Regulation.

The headline of Greek language Fileleftheros “Borders are closing down for third world citizens” informed their readers about the recent remarks of Greek Cypriot Minister of Affairs Konstantinos Petridis that the proposal of amendment in Green Line Regulation will be submit to Council of Ministers on Tuesday.

In the news report, Mr. Petridis claimed that the hundreds of citizens of the "third world" countries living in North of Cyprus have passing the borders every month to issue a Schengen visa without any supervision and added that Greek Cypriot Administration aimed to end this new path of obtaining visa by closing its borders to the citizens of "third world" countries.

Greek Cypriot Minister also argued that the Green Line regulation that came into force in 2004 needed modifications due to the large scale refugee flow from Africa and Asia towards Cyprus.

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