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Monday, June 6, 2016

Brexit from a Cyprus angle

I hope Brexiters win it. What will it mean for Cyprus?

  1. A bit of adjusting at first, but it won't take long for the economies to establish their common language. 
  2. Brits are addicted to Cyprus. They don't have that many good friends & nowhere is like Cyprus. British tourists will keep coming.
  3. The number one "Turkey" supporter will be gone, thus allowing us to have a far stronger and clearer EU voice for Cyprus justice.
  4. The EU, with Cyprus at its core, will be able to become more tightly knit far more quikcly without UK's obtsructions and delays.
  5. Cyprus, among others, will be in a position to benefit from the flight of capital and businesses that will seek EU-based home.
  6. The EU will be more free to pursue a pro-Russia policy


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