Turkish Cyprus decides to reopen disputed Varosha for tourism after 45 years

Travel And Tour World | June 20, 2019

The Turkish Cypriot government has decided to reopen Varosha, which was once a leading tourism destination for Hollywood stars but which later turned into a ghost town following the split of the island, after 45-year seclusion.Turkish Cypriot Prime Minister Ersin Tatar told that no steps have been taken on the issue. This is a long haul decision and it will help us clarify of their projects. Greek Cyprus might have objections but at the end of the day this place is under our administration. Of course, they have to evaluate the issue with Turkey. What should be done will be done. This is only a beginning.”

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