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Sunday,May 11 2014, Your time is 16:30:33
Save us, Erdoğan!’ Greek Cypriot businessman begs Turkish PM
Cypriot businessman has urged Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan
“to save” him from the Greek
Cypriot government in the south.
Leondis Hristou, 56, who has a bus and taxi business, addressed Erdoğan as “the guarantor of the Republic of Cyprus” in a letter to the Turkish prime minister.
“I am the father of four kids. The state has been torturing me economically for years. I have two taxis and I bought 20 buses, getting into debt. I wanted to carry tourists between Limassol and Larnaca, but they won’t allow it. [Greek Cypriot authorities in the south] also canceled my previous licenses,” Hristou said in the letter.
Speaking to daily Hürriyet, Hristou said he faxed his letter to Erdoğan’s office and said one of his friends would soon visit Ankara
to deliver it to the prime minister personally.
Hristou said he would move to Turkish Cyprus if his problems were not solved.
?Save us, Erdo?an!? Greek Cypriot businessman begs Turkish PM - EUROPE