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"Living my dream" says Greek Cypriot Skurides after moving his new house in N. Cyprus

Living my dream says Greek Cypriot Skurides after moving his new house in N. Cyprus

A 79 years old Greek Cypriot Nikolas Skuridis who obtained his property in Kozan back after the application on Immovable Property Commission (TMK) has inaugurated his new house. In a news report published by Yeniduzen on Sunday, Mr. Skuridis called Greek Cypriots to “be courageous and attain their dreams”.

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A 79 years old Greek Cypriot Nikolas Skuridis who obtained his property in Kozan back after the application on Immovable Property Commission (TMK) has inaugurated his new house. In a news report published by Yeniduzen on Sunday, Mr. Skuridis called Greek Cypriots to “be courageous and attain their dreams”.

In his new house designed and constructed by Turkish Cypriot architects, it was reported that Nikolas Skuridis has started his life in North Cyprus since the beginning of September.

In the news report, it was also stated that Mr. Skuridis has received some negative feedbacks at the beginning of the project however in the face of his determination those negative feedbacks have yielded to positive and supportive reactions.

Highlighting his wish “to die where he bornt”, the paper also provided information about the life of Mr. Skuridis in North Cyprus. Concerning the criticisms of some Greek Cypriots that his move would be evaluated as the recognition of TRNC, the paper also gave place to the sentiments of Mr. Skuridis.

“My answer to the ones who have been criticising me was that to be courageous and have a chance to materialize their dreams. Really happy to have a chance to came back to my village. This is where I born and lived for 34 years. I am living in my village again and feeling so happy” Mr. Skuridis said.      


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