The Negotiator of the Greek Cypriot side in the intercommunal talks on the Cyprus problem Andreas Mavroyiannis, will be the Guest speaker of the second get-together between Greek Cypriot and Turkish Cypriot communities, at the Bi-communal Café of the Stelios Philanthropic Foundation, corner Palaias Ilektrikis & 57 Eptanisou Str. in Old Nicosia, on Friday, May 6th, 2016, between 5:30pm and 7:30pm.
Mr Andreas Mavroyiannis responded positively to an invitation to visit the
Bi-communal Cafe and speak at an open event for the public, and talk about the latest developments in the negotiations to solve the Cyprus problem.
All members of the Stelios Cyprus Bi-Communal Awards 2016 group in Facebook, which so far has exceeded 850, are more than welcome to attend the event and are invited to ensure their participation through Facebook. Due to space limitations, the first 80 who will register via Facebook will have the opportunity to have access to the Stelios Philanthropic Foundation building.
For information and participation in the event with prominent guest Mr Andreas Mavroyiannis, all interested parties can contact the Stelios Philanthropic Foundation’s representatives, Marios Missirlis and Emete Imge.
In unison, the number of submissions through Facebook for this year’s Bi-Communal Awards is increasing, an institution held for the eighth consecutive year. The total amount for this year's awards which will be held on October 2016, is greater than ever. Sir Stelios Haji-Ioannou will be offering for the first time €500.000, rewarding a total of 50 teams that can win €10.000 each. Since 2009 a total amount of two million euros was awarded to promote lasting peace on the island.