NICOSIA - The Turkish-occupied municipality of Morphou is organizing for the 33rd year an anti-occupation march, on Sunday, at the cross point of Astromeritis, in the Nicosia district.
As it was announced Monday during a press conference by Morphou Mayor Charalambos Pittas, the President of the Republic, the House Speaker, a delegation of the Hellenic Parliament, former Speakers of the Hellenic Parliament as well as delegations from the British Parliament, MEPs, Burnett Mayor and Council representatives that are affiliated with the occupied Municipality will attend the event.
The Mayor said that a declaration will be handed to a UNSG representative.
Next Monday, the Cyprus President and the House Speaker will brief all the foreign delegations who will arrive here for the rally on the latest developments on the Cyprus issue.
Tomorrow a photo exhibition will be on display at the Nicosia General Hospital about the occupied town and its cultural heritage. The exhibition has already traveled to many countries abroad and next week it will be on display at the Greek town of Thessaloniki.
Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew is going to inaugurate the exhibition, in the presence of Cyprus and Greek Education Ministers.
A series of other events are also taking place to mark the “Morphou Days”, 39 years after the Turkish invasion in 1974.