Turkish Cypriot spokesman Kudret Özersay said they have started an inventory study of Famagusta on July 25 to examine the possibility of reopening the ghost town. Before the split of Cyprus 45 years ago, Famagusta was a popular holiday destination.
Speaking to NTV broadcaster Özersay stated that they will respect the rights of property owners during the work and that the status quo will be broken as a result of these studies.
In June, the Turkish Cypriots announced that they had decided to reopen Varosha.
The former resort suburb of Famagusta was abandoned and declared a buffer zone...