Building bridges for Cyprus at the EU Parliament

Building bridges for Cyprus at the EU Parliament

Niyazi Kizilyurek is the first Turkish Cypriot to represent the Greek part of the island at the EU Parliament. The MEP has made it his goal to overcome Cyprus' internal division and border conflicts. He cites German reunification as his role model.
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