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“I will have investments and initiatives with larger goals, targeting the economy and outside the borders of our country” – “Cyprus has been taken over by a group of Turkish businessmen”, says Europe

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With his letter on the front page of Cyprus and addressed to the “people of Cyprus”, Asil Nadir, founder and chairman of the board of directors of the company A-N Graphics (KIBRIS) Ltd, which owns the newspaper, announced his departure from the site of the Mass Media.

According to the Press and Information Office, in his letter, Mr. Nadir says that every investment is a flag “and should be carried further, higher, passed from hand to hand . With this perception, KIBRIS newspaper is on the verge of experiencing a change in a way that will remain true to the principles of its existence and publication”.

In the letter and addressing the readers with the expression “my dear brothers” Mr. Nadir adds that “as a child of this land, I was always sure that our people could achieve success on a global scale. During this period, a significant part of the profit of almost every house came from our investments. This was no accident. The Turkish Cypriot people produced. Products were reaching world markets. The Turkish Cypriot producers enjoyed the production'.

Now I have come to the point of leaving the media world, states Asil Nadir who founded the newspaper Cyprus in 1989, which is the largest in circulation in the occupied territories. “I will have investments and initiatives with greater goals, targeting the economy and outside the borders of our country. In this sense, we will see the active form of my investments, we will reap their fruits together. Just as it was done starting in the 1980s”.

Source: cyprustimes.com

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