Cyprus Issue
24 September 2007
Property case referral to Court of Justice "positive development", says Lobby for Cyprus
London--"Although it has escaped the attention of the British news media, the decision to take a property case to the European Court of Justice is a

London--"Although it has escaped the attention of the British news media, the decision to take a property case to the European Court of Justice is a positive development," said Theo Theodorou, spokesman for Lobby for Cyprus.

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