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An introductory description and history of Cyprus. The speaker's belief that the real problem in Cyprus is the fear that the Turks have for the safety of their lives and property in the future. Some background to the current problem. The role of the United Nations representative or armed forces. The composition of the forces in Cyprus. Historical and political aspects of Cyprus. Life in the Greek areas. Airlines into Cyprus. The tourist business. A long range plan to develop tourism. Supply of electricity. The telephone system. Education. Business statistics. Industry activities. International trade figures. The importance of Great Britain to Cyprus. The speaker's personal experiences in Cyprus.