It is not quite reasonable to assert, as Ms. Marcoulis (Margoulis?!) that the European (Greek) Cyprus is conducting a pretty good relations with both sides Arab-Muslim and Israeli-Jewish parties. Just ask Greece, mother land of Greek-Cyprus about the vehement anti-Israel foreign policy for the past 40 years. It is disingenous to come at this late stage, two and half years later, and try to create a semblance of "Tout est Beau, Tout est Gentil" as the French say when uncomfortable situation raises. The nature of Israel-Greek Cyprus relations are the least stable of all our neighbours, at least with the Arab World we know the score, but with Greece, subsequently Greek-Cyprus the position is opaque: they should talk first to the bosses in Athens...
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