Cyprus related judgments to be reviewed by CoE Committee of Ministers

The Committee of Ministers of the Council of Europe starts Tuesday in Strasbourg a review of the implementation of judgments passed by the European Court of Human Rights, including Turkish-occupied property cases and missing persons in Cyprus. At its previous session last December, the Committee of Ministers called on Turkey to abide by its unconditional obligation to pay the just satisfaction awarded by the Court in the “Xenides-Arestis v. Turkey” group of cases regarding property and in the “Varnava and others v. Turkey” on missing persons. The representatives of CoE member states further agreed to resume consideration of this issue at their present meeting, that will last until March 9.

Source: Cyprus News Agency