The wording of the Greek appeal and the position of the American Government

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The wording of the Greek appeal and the position of the American Government

Alternative Title

Η διατύπωσις της ελληνικής προσφυγής και η στάσις της Αμερικανικής Κυβέρνησης
The wording of the Greek appeal and the position of the American Government

Abstract

The Greek administration after taking the initiative, made an appeal for the Cyprus issue to the UN hoping that a solution will be found in its context and more specific aiming for the self-determination of the island. A Greek newspaper, "Estia", published an article about the appeal on the UN and clearly defended the Greek delegation on the management of the matter. The editor also said that the primal objective of the delegation was the self-determination of Cyprus and not only the self-government as the article 73 of the UN charter refers to. Moreover, it was pointed out that the American Government did not keep to its promises of strict neutrality on the matter.

Creator

D.K.

Source

Ελευθερία/Eleftheria newspaper

Date

1955-01-13

Language

Greek

Type

Newspaper article

Identifier

Elefheria_1955_01_13_04_a

Bibliographic Citation

"Η διατύπωσις της ελληνικής προσφυγής και η στάσις της Αμερικανικής Κυβέρνησης," Ελευθερία, 13 January 1955, p.4

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Date Added
November 22, 2011
Collection
Newspapers: Ελευθερία/Eleftheria
Item Type
Document
Citation
D.K., “The wording of the Greek appeal and the position of the American Government ,” Cyprus Critical History Archive: Reconsidering the culture of violence in Cyprus, 1955-64, accessed September 25, 2017, http://ccha-ahdr.info/items/show/196.
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