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Tatar: He protests that his Cypriot passport was taken away – “It is racism”

But he “does not use”, as he claimed

The anger of the Turkish Cypriot leader Ersin Tatar was caused by the decision of the Cypriot government to deprive him of the passport of the Republic of Cyprus, due to his provocative actions in the issue of the enclosed area of Varosia.

Similar decisions were taken for other Turkish Cypriot officials, who: “by their actions or actions undermine the sovereignty, independence, territorial integrity and security of the Republic of Cyprus”, according to relevant announcements.

In addition, Tatar said that the Republic of Cyprus is a common democracy of two peoples and that the passport was removed from the right deriving from the agreement.

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