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Cyprus News Agency: News in English, 09-12-21

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From: The Cyprus News Agency at <http://www.cyna.org.cy>


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  • [01] NATIONAL GUARD - HOUSE PRESIDENT

  • [01] NATIONAL GUARD - HOUSE PRESIDENT

    The capability of the Republics armed forces, the National Guard, will not diminish as long as part of the country remains under Turkish occupation, House President Marios Garoyian has stressed. ``It is our obligation to maintain this policy. We will not allow the National Guard defence capabilities to be reduced as long as the Cyprus problem remains unresolved,`` Garoyian said speaking to soldiers during a visit to a National Guard camp in view of the Christmas holidays.

    Garoyian said that while the Cyprus problem remains unresolved ``we have a duty and an obligation to strengthen, modernize and restructure the National Guard in order to render it more effective.`` He added that the present period is difficult for Cyprus ``because we have in front of us the arrogance, the intransigence and the neo-ottoman Turkish attitude.``

    ``The Greek Cypriot side is ready for a compromise which cannot be either imbalanced or unfair. This compromise should safeguard our own prospects, our development and prosperity,`` he added.


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