Publications continue in the Turkish press about the sale of properties in the occupied territories to foreigners.
According to the GTP, Europe today republishes news from the Turkish Sabah, that “thousands of Jews from Iran, England, Russia, Ukraine, Poland and Israel” and “vast lands were sold in the occupied areas of Cyprus” .
There are 35,000 Jews out of a population of 380,000 in the pseudo-state, Sabah notes, and claims that Jews have established 2,000 companies in every sector in the occupied territories. In fact, indicating as a source the journalist Sabahatin Ismail, former advisor to Rauf Dedkas, he writes that the construction company Evergreen, of Amicam Marhoon, who has passed away, has bought and rebuilt waterfront properties in the bay of Morphou in Kazivera, and east of Kyrenia in Agios Ambrosios.
Sabah highlights Sabahattin Ismail's claims of the “Karpaz-Gate” marina as the largest Zionist investment in the pseudo-state, as the reconstruction of 3 projects around the marina is currently ongoing. “The Cesar-Dominica construction company of Simon Afik Aykut and his son Jack Afik Aykut, citizens of the Republic of Turkey and the Turkish Republic of Turkey, is buying lots and building huge developments east of Kyrenia on Akanthou Beach and the coast of Karpasia facing Israel” , it is reported.
The online Star Cyprus writes today that 15,000 houses are under construction in occupied Agios Ambrosios, which it describes as the soft underbelly of the construction industry in the occupied territories.< /p>
According to the IPO, it added, sales stalled so much that contractors raised their commission rates to 35% to sell the homes.
The newspaper recalls that about 5 months ago, it had published on the front pages the warnings of its editor Ali Ozmen Safa, one of the people who know situations and things in the real estate industry, who had said that “the crisis in the real estate market is just around the corner ». Despite the warnings, he notes, no measures were taken.
He also writes that the contractors constructing buildings in the Long beach area in the occupied Trikomo are also facing problems and some companies have postponed their projects. “So what is the government doing while all this is happening? Instead of finding solutions to the problems facing the industry, the government should not add fuel to the fire and take steps to prevent the crisis as soon as possible. We need to find a way out of this crisis by meeting all sides of the issue and reaching a consensus around common sense.” Otherwise, there will be difficult times in the construction industry, concludes Star Cyprus.