The UK government has not changed its policies regarding direct flights to North Cyprus, said Transport Secretary Chris Grayling.
Mr Grayling made the statement in the House of Commons on Thursday, in response to a question posed by the Conservative Chipping Barnet MP Theresa Villiers.
She asked, “Will the Secretary of State confirm that the Government have no intention of allowing direct flights between the United Kingdom and the northern part of Cyprus?”
He responded: “Let me be clear: all Members of the House would like to see a long-term solution to the issues on the island of Cyprus.
“This country will continue to work with our friends in Cyprus to try to achieve that goal, but our policies on flights have not changed.”
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