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I know you are -- security of parents came over from -- -- -- soft.
I'm tired not actually came over on a boat from high reading you -- my mom recently and my father was also born.
Inside so what is -- about this deal to get the bailout but it in publishes the country what -- you feel well I think that we can't even use the word celebration today this -- day of sadness for -- for people in Cyprus Greek cypriots who are.
Crying they're they're worried about the country overall.
This is a country that was flourishing as an independent country prior to joining the Euro -- They took a haircut to save Greece with -- sovereign bonds they were doing well it was an economic country that was doing great they were flourishing with Russian money.
That the overall it was a country that was doing well they join -- eurozone.
Now -- -- to obviously.
Getting battered you have to streets that were empty of the people with no food.
Greek cypriots who have worked there their whole lives.
And hard devastated their turn into these beggars and violent people that is out what Cyprus is that's -- -- cypress ever wise.
And now I'm getting notes from site the site first cousins and fight breast.
Who are obviously devastated my mother got a note from someone who worked your whole life and -- her money her son is no job.
That's their only money.
So you're talking about a nation.
Obviously is a political.
It's a political game almost and that.
Russia and now is there's warnings from a former Kremlin over.
In Russia there a former Kremlin advisor saying that the EU should now be wary of Russian retaliation -- was a lot of money.
Russian money over in Cyprus and that was part.
Of why they are doing what they're doing it's another big story and you're not gonna have the economy return to the way it ever was no no time soon and watching -- -- that affects all of us all right Nicole we media.
Thank you very much indeed.
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