CMP recovers remains of one person in Famagusta

The Committee on Missing Persons in Cyprus (CMP) recovered on Friday the remains of one person in Famagusta.

According to a CMP press release, the excavation at the site will continue over the next few days.

“The CMP would like to extend its warmest sympathy to the families of the missing persons and, once again, is making a plea to all communities on the island to support the Committee’s efforts by providing information on possible burial sites by calling these CMP phone numbers: +357 22 400142 (Greek Cypriot Members Office) and 181 (Turkish Cypriot Members Office),” the press release concluded.

Cyprus has been divided since 1974, when Turkey invaded and occupied its northern third. Since then, the fate of hundreds of people remains unknown. A Committee on Missing Persons has been established, upon agreement between the leaders of the two communities, with the scope of exhuming, identifying and returning the remains of missing persons to their relatives.

Source: Cyprus News Agency

CMP recovers remains of one person in Famagusta

The Committee on Missing Persons in Cyprus (CMP) recovered on Friday the remains of one person in Famagusta.

According to a CMP press release, the excavation at the site will continue over the next few days.

“The CMP would like to extend its warmest sympathy to the families of the missing persons and, once again, is making a plea to all communities on the island to support the Committee’s efforts by providing information on possible burial sites by calling these CMP phone numbers: +357 22 400142 (Greek Cypriot Members Office) and 181 (Turkish Cypriot Members Office),” the press release concluded.

Cyprus has been divided since 1974, when Turkey invaded and occupied its northern third. Since then, the fate of hundreds of people remains unknown. A Committee on Missing Persons has been established, upon agreement between the leaders of the two communities, with the scope of exhuming, identifying and returning the remains of missing persons to their relatives.

Source: Cyprus News Agency