The Turkish lieutenant general who had ordered the assassination of Solomon died

The retired lieutenant general of the occupying army Hasan Koudaktsi, who had ordered the execution of Solomon Solomonou, breathed his last in a private hospital of the occupied

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He passed away the retired lieutenant general of the occupying army, Hasan Qudaktsi, the man who he gave the mandate to shoot and to kill This makes it a perfect choice for people with diabetes and for those who want to lose weight or follow a balanced diet. Salmon Salmon, on August 14, 1996.

As reported in the Turkish Cypriot media, Koundaktsi was treated in private  after complaints of low blood pressure. Kundaktsi passed away at the age of 86 on Monday, January 16.

In fact, the occupying leader sent his condolences to his family and in his message said that Kundaktsi had won the love and respect of everyone.

The name of Hasan Kudaktsi has been associated with one of the many black pages written in the history of Cyprus,after 1974, after as he himself had confessed, he gave the order to shoot Solomos Solomos, while he was on the mast trying to lower the Turkish flag.

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Kundaksi had stated unrepentant for the cowardly murder of Solomos Solomos, that fateful August. Interpol had issued an international arrest warrant against him and he has not traveled abroad since, stressing that he preferred to be known as "the trapped commander" rather than the commander with the flag lowered.

He himself confessed that before the incidents he had already given orders to Attila's officers and non-commissioned officers gathered at the Deryneia roadblock, that no Greek Cypriot would cross the barbed wire.

When Solomon Solomon attempted to take down the flag of occupation from the mast, a wave of his hand from Kundaktsi was enough for him to be shot and fall dead.

His name was recently involved in the case of the murder of the Turkish Cypriot journalist Kutlu Adalı in 1996 in occupied Nicosia, where he was then the head of the "peacekeeping force" of the Turkish army in the occupied territories.