STRASBOURG - Turkey on Thursday submitted a report to European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) about the studies of the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus (TRNC) Compensation Commission.

The report is about the studies of the commission which was established in TRNC to write national law regarding the property problem, which is one of the key points of the Cyprus problem.

The report, presented by the Turkish delegation to ECHR, includes information about the commission and the applications made by the Greek Cypriots to the commission.

Within the framework of the information presented, ECHR is expected to make a new decision to Ksenides-Arestis case in the next months.

The Compensation Commission made decision about 3 of the Greek Cypriots who applied for their former properties that are in Northern Cyprus.

Under the agreement that was reached, the Commission agreed to return property of 2 Greek Cypriots in Tatlisu, and pay damages for another.

The Commission also proposed to pay 460,000 Cyprus Lira (KL) to Arestis, owner of one of the key cases that are on the agenda of ECHR.

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