The property dispute in Cyprus can only be solved through a comprehensive settlement
The British High Commissioner to Cyprus Peter Millet has said that the property dispute in Cyprus can only be solved through a comprehensive settlement
In a written statement issued today, the British High Commissioner pointed out that the Orams Case was a legal process and not a political one.
He said that the British High Court of Appeal, following the European Court of Justice’s judgment will be delivering the final verdict.
“As can be seen, the property issue which will be solved through a comprehensive settlement continues to be a sensitive and emotional issue for many people in Cyprus” he said.
Commenting on the British Foreign Office’s advice on traveling and living overseas, Millet said that the aim of the advice offered was to warn British nationals on any difficulties or problems they may face while traveling or living overseas.
Explaining that a warning regarding the purchase of immovable property in North Cyprus had been posted on Foreign Office’s website, the British High Commissioner said that advice on property had been reviewed and reissued in line with the possible outcome of the Orams Case.