1 edition of Displaced persons in Cyprus found in the catalog.
At head of title: 94th Congress, 2d session. Committee print.Authors: J. Eilberg, R. McClory.
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|Publishers||U.S. Govt. Print. Off.|
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|Pagination||xvi, 132 p. :|
|Number of Pages||60|
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8 of the Convention in all these cases. Turkey's defence: At the admissibility stage, Turkey put forward jurisdictional objections, alleging that Cyprus' application was an abuse of the Convention's procedure in that it complained about Turkey's treatment of Turkish Cypriots purely for propaganda purposes and expressed 'false and mock concern for their well-being.
Demands the immediate withdrawal of all foreign armed forces and foreign military presence from the Republic of Cyprus;• Demands the immediate withdrawal of all foreign armed forces and foreign military presence from the Republic of Cyprus;• The American authorities recognized the need to receive the refugees and establish for them a "temporary haven" in the American zone. The Commission's findings on these events were included in its Report adopted on 4 October 1983 and made public by a decision of the Committee of Ministers on 2 April 1992.
Series XIX: Addenda to Various Series, 1946-1949 The records of the DP centers in Germany were received in YIVO from various donors between the years 1946 and 1954.
Reiterates its expectation and hope that the Government of Cyprus will, without further delay, be enabled to exercise its full responsibility for the implementation of all its obligations under the Convention on its whole national territory, and that the unacceptable state of affairs in Cyprus, due to the foreign occupation of part of its territory, will finally be brought to an Displaced persons in Cyprus The Commission restricted the taking of evidence to a hearing of a limited number of representative witnesses and the Delegation, during the period fixed for the hearing of witnesses, heard eye-witnesses only concerning the incident of Elia.
The majority of Cyprus detainees were intercepted before reaching Palestine, usually by boat. Thus, since the north is regarded by the Republic of Cyprus as its own territory occupied by Turkish troops, the authorities in Nicosia neither recognize nor communicate with that administration, which, in turn, does not recognize the government of the Republic of Cyprus, effectively excluding the island state from the EU-Turkey agreements on migrants.
military authorities in the summer of 1946. Shelling of churches, hospitals, population centres, shooting at innocent civilians, cutting off of supplies of food and other essential goods as well as wanton devastation and destruction of property are methods of intimidation used. International organizations Among the organizations working actively in Cyprus, we find first and foremost the International Organization for Migration, of which the island state has been a member since 1974.
These records were gathered Displaced persons in Cyprus a result of a wide collection project that was begun by YIVO in Europe in 1945.
3 of the Convention, which is imputable toTurkey Report, paras.
Following is the text of the resolution as adopted: The General Assembly, Recalling its resolution 3212 XXIX of 1 November 1974 and its subsequent resolutions, Greatly concerned over the prolongation of the Cyprus crisis which continues to constitute a serious threat to international peace and security, Deeply regretting that the resolutions of the United Nations on Cyprus have not yet been implemented, Expressing deep concern over the lack of progress in the intercommunal talks, Deploring the continued presence of foreign armed forces and foreign military personnel on the territory of the Republic of Cyprus and the fact that part of its territory is still occupied by foreign forces, Deploring also all unilateral actions that change the demographic structure of Cyprus, Mindful of the need to settle the question of Cyprus without further delay by peaceful means in accordance with the provisions of the Charter of the United Nations,• When this collection was first processed, a Yiddish finding aid was drawn up and folder numbers assigned.
Subseries 6: Deggendorf, camp, 1945-1946• There is nothing to show that any of these deprivations of life were justified.