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Ma·kar·i·os III

 (mə-kăr′ē-əs, -ōs′, mä-kä′rē-ôs) Originally Mikhail Khristodolou Mouskos. 1913-1977.
Cypriot prelate and politician. Archbishop of the Orthodox Church of Cyprus (1950-1977), he supported the political unification of Cyprus and Greece and was the first president of independent Cyprus (1959-1977).

Makarios III

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(Biography) original name Mikhail Christodoulou Mouskos. 1913–77, Cypriot archbishop, patriarch, and statesman; first president of the republic of Cyprus (1960–74; 1974–77)
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This was plugged on the paper's front page on Friday, saying it would feature "the announcement of the unyielding struggle against the Turkish invasion and occupation by the President of the Republic, Archbishop Makarios III, at the Monastery of the Holy Cross in Omodos on 14 September 1975." This was a "preamble of the speech, of great significance, he made on 20 July 1977."
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1970 Cyprus President Archbishop Makarios III escapes assassination as terrorists shoot down his helicopter.
Cyprus, under British control since 1878, gained independence after a referendum, with Archbishop Makarios III elected its first president.
Turkey sent its armed forces to Cyprus on July 20, 1974 in order to reverse a coup sponsored by the military junta in Athens that had overthrown the Cypriot President Archbishop Makarios III. Led by Nicos Sampson, a Greek Cypriot advocate of enosis (Cyprus's unification with Greece), the coup of July 15 provoked the Turkish operation five days later.
MIKHAIL KHRISTODOLOU MOUSKOS, born to a Greek Cypriot farming family in 1913, was in his mid-thirties in 1950 when he became primate of the Greek Orthodox Church of Cyprus as Archbishop Makarios III. He took a leading role in the campaign for enosis (union) with Greece.
There are several sites while you're there, including the grave of Cyprus' first president, Archbishop Makarios III and Kykko Monastery - but it's worth noting that bare legs and shoulders are not permitted inside the abbey, so remember to cover up.
He was a member of a three man medical team escorting a seriously ill six-day-old baby in an ambulance from the Archbishop Makarios III Hospital in Nicosia to an RAF hospital.
As its descriptive explanatory subtitle explains, Mirasmeni Lefkosia (Divided Lefkosia [Nicosia, internationally]) is "a composite work for the stage with a choral accompaniment." Its flowing and melodic verse, free or conventional, and passages of lyrical prose are recited by two Narrators, a Chorus, and a set of Voices (i.e., Time, Caterina Cornaro, Cyprian the Presbyter, Maria of the Senate, Archbishop Cyprian, General Grivas, and Archbishop Makarios III).
Sirens sounded around the island at 8.20 on Monday morning to mark 45 years since the coup by the Greek military junta then ruling Greece, that toppled Cyprus President Archbishop Makarios III, subsequently leading to the invasion.
The pediatric clinic of the Archbishop Makarios III Hospital in Nicosia and King's College Hospital in London have signed a memorandum of cooperation in the sectors of liver and gastrointestinal diseases.
Its main proponent was Archbishop Makarios III, who swore after his coronation in 1950 to make Enosis a reality.