CMP

The three CMP Members present the book “Beneath the Carob Trees: The Lost Lives of Cyprus” to the two Leaders on 14 September 2016.

United Nations Secretary-General
Ban Ki-moon opens CMP Exhibition at UN Headquarters, New York on 31 May 2016

Visit by the President of the European Parliament, Mr. Martin Schulz, to the CMP laboratory,

29 March 2016

Visit of religious leaders of Cyprus to the CMP laboratory,

8 February 2016

Visit of the Leaders to the CMP laboratory,
20 December 2015.

The CMP is determined to find, identify and return to families the remains of the 2001 persons who went missing during the events of 1963-64 and 1974 in Cyprus.

We have returned the remains of more than 600 persons missing from the events of 1963-64 and 1974 to their families

More than 70 Cypriot scientists work to exhume, analyse and identify the remains of missing persons. They are "The Faces of the CMP"

The CMP has excavated more than 1060 suspected burial sites across Cyprus and exhumed the remains of more than 1100 persons.

The three CMP Members present the book “Beneath the Carob Trees: The Lost Lives of Cyprus” to the two Leaders on 14 September 2016.


United Nations Secretary-General
Ban Ki-moon opens CMP Exhibition at UN Headquarters, New York on 31 May 2016


Visit by the President of the European Parliament, Mr. Martin Schulz, to the CMP laboratory,

29 March 2016


Visit of religious leaders of Cyprus to the CMP laboratory,

8 February 2016


Visit of the Leaders to the CMP laboratory,
20 December 2015.


The CMP is determined to find, identify and return to families the remains of the 2001 persons who went missing during the events of 1963-64 and 1974 in Cyprus.


We have returned the remains of more than 600 persons missing from the events of 1963-64 and 1974 to their families


More than 70 Cypriot scientists work to exhume, analyse and identify the remains of missing persons. They are "The Faces of the CMP"


The CMP has excavated more than 1060 suspected burial sites across Cyprus and exhumed the remains of more than 1100 persons.