Türkiye welcomes Council of Europe decision on Loizidou case


Türkiye on Friday welcomed the Council of Europe’s decision to close the Loizidou case.

This is a positive development, albeit a very late one, the Foreign Ministry said in a statement.

During its meeting on Sept. 20-22, the council decided to end it supervisory role in the proceedings after a European Court of Human Rights ruling on the Greek Cypriot woman, Titina Loizidou, who sued Türkiye in 1989 for not letting her access her property in Kyrenia, a city…

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