Could you imagine if a country invaded the United States and claimed 1/3 of our territory? Now, can you imagine if that invading force kept soldiers on our streets? That's what it feels like to live in Cyprus today, when, 42 years after Turkey's invasion, 43,000 Turkish troops occupy an area the size of the Rhode Island.
It's one of the most highly militarized areas in the world.
A single Turkish soldier on Cyprus is a barrier to lasting peace. As negotiators debate the terms of a solution to the Cyprus problem, we need to draw a red line. Add your name to our petition to the Cyprus negotiators telling them Turkish troops have no place in a reunified Cyprus: http://hellenicleaders.com/
Thanks for all that you,