Greece declared through the Foreign Ministry that she wont interfere in the Cyprus affair and that her only which is the continuation of the intercommunal cypriot talks with the Truks...
The Government building where the Presidency. From the flag zoom out to GV.
GV of Grande Bretagne Hotel
Closer shot of Grande Bretagne with crowds in and out.
Pan from Grande Bretagne to traffic officer and the Foreign Ministry.
The former House of Parliament and actually Presidency.
Caffeshops at Syntagma (Constitution) Square with Greek people and tourists.
Pan to a military police squad ???
Tables at Syntagma Square.
A Cyprus passenger at sea....
Athenians watching TV in an effort to learn something on Cyprus but news are banned.
They then try the radio, but also in vain.
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Background: Greece declared through the Foreign Ministry that she wont interfere in the Cyprus affair and that her only which is the continuation of the intercommunal cypriot talks with the Truks... That means that no news at all are available in the Greek TV, Radio and newspapers regarding Cyprus, inspite the fact that Athenians are eagerly searching for news. Inspite all that the situation in Greece looks normal and none seems to care about Cyprus. Services operate alright, the army is not on the alert, and only Athens-Cyprus communications have been interrupted which forced hundred of people mostly journalists, on route to Nicosis to he blocked in Athens. Grande Bretagne Hotel lives its old glory with the tens of journalists....