A few days ago, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan announced the reopening of the city Farosha The Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus, which is not internationally recognized, in a move that sparked much controversy and anger from the international community, prompted Security Council To condemn the unilateral moves by Ankara.
On a camera tourSky News ArabiaThe situation on the ground was monitored in the Varosha resort, which in the 1970s was a popular destination for tourists and celebrities from around the world.
The tour monitored the abandoned buildings nearly 50 years ago, in the closed resort of Varosha, which has been under the control of the Turkish army and its forces for years. Northern Cyprus.
Previously, these buildings included homes, shops, and about 108 hotels, and to this day they are still as they were left in 1974.
Varosha turned into Military zone Closed for many years, it is located on the border between the northern and southern parts of the island.
There is a conflict over this resort between Greece AndTurkey, where Athens says he is subject to the Roman Cypriots, that is, the Greeks, while Ankara insists that it is for the Turkish Cypriots, and they are already under their control, and therefore claims that they have the right to do what they want with it.
For years, negotiations between the Turkish and Greek Cypriots failed to reach a conclusion.