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Volume 895: debated on Wednesday 18 June 1975

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asked the Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs what representations he has received from United Kingdom citizens in Cyprus regarding losses and damage resulting from the Turkish invasion: and what compensation is being arranged.

United Kingdom citizens in Cyprus have frequently made known their concern over compensation through the United Kingdom Citizens' Association and individually—most recently on a visit of a senior Foreign and Commonwealth Office official to Cyprus in May. Her Majesty's Government are actively pursuing the question of payment of compensation with the Governments of Turkey and Cyprus, with whom responsibility lies.