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SupportCY Volunteers Take Part in Missing Persons Training

SupportCY volunteers recently participated in missing persons training with Cyprus emergency services, improving search techniques and profiling skills for vulnerable individuals. A joint field exercise successfully located a ‘missing child’, showcasing effective teamwork and resource use, reinforcing community safety and preparedness for future cases.

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Determined Search for the Truth: The Quest for Missing Persons in Cyprus

Anna Aristotelous, head of Humanitarian Affairs for Missing and Enclaved Persons, is determined to uncover the truth about individuals who disappeared during the 1974 Turkish invasion of Cyprus. Despite challenges, her team persists and has recently made significant progress with six identifications in one month. The symbolic Christmas tree unveiled during a ceremony represents the determination to continue the search for the missing, while prominent figures like Nicos Sergides have voiced their commitment to the cause. The event was attended by Defense Minister Michalis Giorgallas and Nicosia Mayor Constantinos Yiorkadjis, showcasing broad support for this important mission.

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Final Resting Place for Long-Missing Turkish Cypriot

Mustafa Mulla Huseyin’s burial ceremony is a significant event for his family and the community, as it provides closure after nearly six decades of searching. His remains, found in a well in Troulloi, Cyprus, will be laid to rest in the Canbulat Martyrs’ cemetery, highlighting the ongoing need for reconciliation and peace in the region.

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