The Turkish MIT arrested a Greek Cypriot soldier, serving in a key post in the National Guard. The soldier went to the occupied part of Cyprus for shopping, where a staged case of theft from a store was set up against him. The soldier was interrogated for 24 hours and eventually they proposed him that they would close the case if he was willing to become a MIT’s spy over lavish financial compensation.
According to the Cypriot daily “Fileleftheros” this incident is not the only one. The Chief of the National Guard describes this incident in an order issued to commanders, explaining them the methods of the MIT, and that the special department of the army recorded many such incidents. He also reminds them that for those serving in the military it is forbidden to go to the occupied part of the island and that the same applies to members of their families as they can also fall victims of the MIT.
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