President Mustafa Akıncı attended the Medal Award Ceremony held at the Beyaz Ev (Military Hall) for the veterans who served at Limassol Sanjak.
President Mustafa Akıncı participated in the “Yüreklere Dokun Alkış-La” event in Kyrenia marking 10-16 May Disability Awareness Week.
President Mustafa Akıncı stated that the East-Med project is not a route which aims at serving a solution in Cyprus and providing stability in the region.
The Presidential Spokesman Barış Burcu stated that they would not engage in the blame game launched in regards the Guterres framework saying that the Greek Cypriot side was referring to a non-existing document and that there was only a single document submitted by the UN. “There is no other framework. Hence, there is no point in continuing this distortion” he noted.
President Mustafa Akıncı received the Speaker of the Parliament Uluçay and a delegation composed of the MPS who will attend meetings of the Council of Europe Parliamentary Assembly and the European Parliament. The meeting lasted two hours.
“As the Turkish Cypriots, we are the followers of Atatürk”
Referring to the famous statement by the founder of modern Turkey Atatürk “peace at home, peace in the world”, President Mustafa Akıncı said the Turkish Cypriots are his followers having adopted his principles.
President Mustafa Akıncı stated that a new situation did not arise at the meeting of the leaders.
President Mustafa Akıncı held a reception for the artists and writers at the Office of the President marking the World Art Day.
President Mustafa Akıncı participated in an exhibition prepared by Kadir Kaba, which included the book launched about the founder of modern Turkish Cypriot photography M. Fevzi Akarsu’s life and his works, as well as his original photographs.
President Akıncı came together with the President of Bosnia and Herzegovina Mladen Ivanic and had a tete a tete meeting.