many others have been paint-marked by the Turkish forces for oncoming demolition.... [A]fter the houses of the Greek Cypriots are demolished, the plots of land are offered to settlers from mainland Turkey, in addition to financial assistance for the construction of new houses (ROCPRUN, 2007: 1).This is not propaganda: UNFICYP 'confirmed... and protested' against the demolition (UNSG, 2007: 6 - Para. 28), and the New Cyprus Party defined it as a 'destruction policy' (Kanatlı, 2007).
Tragically, Rizokarpaso building 7a was very good evidence: not only was it destroyed, but also its X-mark for destruction was still visible on some of the standing remains.
Rizokarpaso building 7a1
Rizokarpaso building 7a2
Kanatlı, M. 2007: "YKP: 'We are worried about developments in Rizokarpaso (Dipkarpaz)'". Yeni Kıbrıs Partisi, 20th May. Available at: http://www.ykp.org.cy/index_eng.php?subaction=showfull&id=1179675986&archive=&start_from=&ucat=6&
ROCPRUN (Republic of Cyprus Permanent Representative to the United Nations). 2007: Letter dated 22 June 2007 from the Permanent Representative of Cyprus to the United Nations addressed to the Secretary-General [S/2007/377, 22nd June 2007]. New York: United Nations Security Council. Available at: http://daccess-ods.un.org/access.nsf/Get?Open&DS=A/61/964&Lang=E
UNSG (United Nations Secretary-General). 2007: Report of the Secretary-General on the peacekeeping operation in Cyprus [S/2007/328, 4th June 2007]. New York: United Nations Security Council. Available at: http://www.securitycouncilreport.org/atf/cf/%7B65BFCF9B-6D27-4E9C-8CD3-CF6E4FF96FF9%7D/Cyprus%20S2007%20328.pdf