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Kerim Fuad QC is proud to be advising Sir Stelios and his wonderful Philanthropic Foundation, on this occasion in Nicosia, Cyprus.
He was engaged in a series of meetings and think tanks with both communities in a bid to further the fantastic work of the Foundation. He enjoyed again meeting with and being impressed with the work of Elizabeth Spehar, Head of the United Nations Peacekeeping Force in Cyprus.
The aim is to maintain and inspire more bi-communal relationships and events culminating in lasting peace and prosperity for all Cypriots. Mr Fuad QC spoke passionately at the press conference about the need to “not allow politics to suffocate the island” and that its citizens have so very much in common that already unite them, not least; their ability to make friends and communicate naturally, their love of food, family life, wellbeing, the sun, and the desire for a settlement. (To say nothing of their shared poor driving.)
The reception at the Foundation was incredibly well attended which shows the depth of the two communities’ enthusiasm.
He is very proud to work so closely with Marios Eliades (of Eliades and Partners) and Peter Millett, former British High Commissioner of Cyprus. The work
Mr Fuad QC was touched, but not surprised at all, by the incredibly warm welcome of all the Cypriot people.
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