By KEREM HASAN
This newspaper previously reported that Mr Tatar had declared his “expat priority” was to meet members of the community to discuss problems including issues related to property and residency.
“The Prime Minister has agreed to have a meeting as early as next week and we are awaiting an appointment,” said BRS chairman Peter Wilkins.
“Although the BRS has 2,000 members we are aware that there are obviously many more than that number of expats here and the issues we want to discuss will be relevant to them all.
“The most pressing issues we want to discuss are related to property, health, residency . . . and the things that the prime minister previously mentioned in Cyprus Today. These are all issues that need answers.
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