A Greek Cypriot has been compensated £2.1 million by the Immovable Property Commission (IPC), for 60 donums of his land which lies in the Turkish military zone in Karsiyaka.
‘Kibris’ reports that that Christopher Stiliyannou from Paphos, who owns 80 donums of land was recently compensated by the IPC.
News of the story first broke last year after the IPC had decided to award compensation but had not paid the money owed. Following which, he took the TRNC coalition government to court which ordered that official government vehicles be impounded.
According to his Turkish Cypriot lawyer Murat Metin Hakki, the IPC has yet to make a decision about the remaining 20 donums of land.