The Turks proceeded to another orphan challenge in the enclosed Famagusta. As if the opening of the enclave of Famagusta and the construction of roads and bicycle lanes were not enough, and with the picnic Erdogan, the Turks this time proceeded to an unprecedented challenge.
Specifically, according to a complaint by the Representative of the Initiative "Our Famagusta is Our City" Pavlos Iakovou, the Turks proceeded to change the name of the historic Kennedy Avenue, naming it "Semih Sanjar Street". This is the Chief of Staff of the Turkish Armed Forces who was at the helm of the Turkish army during the Turkish invasion of Cyprus!
This is the complaint of Pavlos Iakovos:
WHAT ELSE ARE WE GOING TO SEE; WHAT ELSE WILL WE HEAR? WHO IS WHISTLEING INDIFFERENTLY?
CHANGE OF NAME ON KENNEDY AVENUE…
Kennedy Avenue was renamed SEMICH SANZAR by the Chief of Staff of the Turkish Armed Forces who was at the helm of the Turkish army during the Turkish invasion of Cyprus.
In fact, as one of the people who commented on the post characteristically states: "Erdogan changed the name of the street in honor of the soldier who led the invasion. We did it to offend our national pride and that we are ready to compromise and sell out our city for a few crumbs.
"Another clear indication of Erdogan's intentions is that some of our fellow citizens are ready to accept his promises."