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What the papers say Dec 14

What the papers say Dec 14

Prime Minister Ersin Tatar’s announcement that Gecitkale Airport assigned as the centre of drones and armed drone planes for Turkey has dominated the headlines of Turkish Cypriot dailies on Saturday.

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Prime Minister Ersin Tatar’s announcement that Gecitkale Airport assigned as the centre of drones and armed drone planes for Turkey has dominated the headlines of Turkish Cypriot dailies on Saturday.

The headline “Is Gecitkale Airport turning into a military base?” Yeniduzen emphasized Prime Minister Ersin Tatar’s remarks that confirms the allocation of Gecitkale for Turkish drones and armed drones due to the “threats in East Med”.

In the same line with Yeniduzen, Havadis newspaper also drew attention to the decision of coalition government to assign the Gecitkale airport to Turkish military drones.

Using the title “Critical step at Gecitkale”, the news report gave place the remarks of Premier that “this decision is strictly related with a national issue. The decision was above the personal interests” in their headline.

The decision of the government to permit Gecitkale airport to be served as a military base also carried out to the headline in Kibris Postasi. “Drones will fly on Monday” headline informed the readers that Gecitkale airport will be the base of Turkish drones by the beginning of next week.

Halkin Sesi and Afrika newspaper also touched upon the critical decision of coalition government to allocate the airport to Turkish army.

Apart from the news reports related with the recent decision on Gecitkale airport, Kibris newspaper highlighted a news report on Immovable Property Commission. Highlighting the Chairman of the commission, the news report revealed that the total 203 application that resulted with decision of compensation remained unpaid for more than 6 years.

The headline “Compensations worth 750 Million TL has not been paid to Greek Cypriots since 6 years” revealed the economic problems encountering in the commission that expected to solve the property issue in Cyprus.


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