Cyprus tourism move after 21 years is part of 'Greek Military Fortification'
According to the "information" and "concerns" that Kıbrıs Postası acquired from military sources working on international security, the sea route travels between Cyprus and Greece that were announced to begin after 21 years under the guise of "tourism development" are actually related to the paramilitary "logistics" part of the preparations for a possible Turkish-Greek war in the Aegean Sea...
It was announced that the sea route between Cyprus and Greece started to be used again yesterday after 21 years with the passenger ferry from Limassol to Pireas, which also has a casino.
The "tourism" move, which was announced by the Cypriot media with the headlines of "Anchor Vira to Pireas" is under the radar of International Paris and Lausanne Treaties behind the stage...
ATHENS IS MAKING CIVIL- LOOKING FORTIFICATION IN AEGEAN ISLANDS
Greece dispatches and entrenches personnel to the Aegean islands, which must be in demilitarized status, through civil ferries in order not to accused in relation to Paris and Lausanne Treaties and not to draw attention.
THE NEWS UNDER THE RADAR OF INTERNATIONAL TREATIES
According to the "information" and "concerns" that Kıbrıs Postası acquired from military sources working on international security, the sea route travels between Cyprus and Greece that were announced to begin after 21 years under the guise of "tourism development" are actually related to the paramilitary "logistics" part of the preparations for a possible Turkish-Greek war in the Aegean Sea.
A CAPACITY OF 400 PASSENGERS
Cypriot Phileleftheros Newspaper wrote in their relevant news titled "Anchor Vira to Pireas" that the ship "M/V Deela" with its 400 passengers capacity will travel with 120 passengers in its first voyage between Limassol and Pirean Port.
According to the news, Cyprus Presidency's Undersecretary Kiriakos Kusios, undersecretaries Savvas Perdios and Vasilis Dimitriadis, Greece Tourism Undersecretary Sofia Zaharaki, Member of parliaments who are part of the Transportation Committee, Mayor of Limassol, journalists, and bureaucrats from the Maritime Undersecretariat joined the first travel.
IT WAS SAID, "THE VOYAGES WERE STARTED UPON HEAVY DEMAND"
Shipping Deputy Minister of Cyprus Vassilis Dimitriadis remarked that the ferry and passenger ship voyages started upon the heavy demands and requests from the citizens of both countries and said, "Our purpose is to elevate the sea tourism and transport to a higher level."
A total of 173 people joined the first voyage that has taken place today after 20 years, including Undersecretaries of Maritime and Tourism, Vassilis Dimitriadis, Mayor of Limasol Savvas Perdios, member of parliaments, journalists, and project team members.
PARIS, LAUSANNE TREATIES...
The Aegean Islands were left to Greece with Lausanne and Paris Treaties on the condition of their demilitarization. At this point, Turkey emphasizes the sovereignty issue.
Turkey states the issue with a letter addressed to the UN and signals that the issue will escalate unless Greece demilitarizes the islands.
She warns Greece to comply with the Lausanne and Paris treaties.
It is common knowledge that Greece does not abide by the 1923 Lausanne and 1947 Paris Peace Treaties by militarizing the 12 islands...
With the Lausanne Treaty signed in 1923 and the Paris Treaty signed in 1947, the militarization of the Aegean Islands was resolved that Greece could not keep any armed forces except police force and make fortification in Limnos, Samothrace, East Aegean Islands (Lesbos, Chios, Samos, Icaria), Dodecanese (Stompalya (Astypalaia), Rhodes, Halki, Karpathos, Leros, Patmos, Leipsoi, Symi, Kos and connected islands (Kastellorizo Island).
After 1960, a conflict started to emerge between the parties regarding the sovereignty, control, and security in Aegean islands.
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