The Cyprus parliament and aerosol spraying
In a plenary session of the House of Representatives in the course of a debate on “The espionage activities of the British and the necessity for imposition of a legal response to them by the Republic of Cyprus”, the parliamentarian of the Cyprus Greens George Perdikis made extensive reference to the involvement of the British bases in Cyprus in aerosol spraying operations.
Mr Perdikis condemned the use of British bases in Cyprus for suspicious chemical spraying operations and experiments with the weather and climate. He called once again on the government of Cyprus to complete its investigation into the chemical composition of the suspicious clouds, as it had undertaken to do before the House of Representatives (in the Parliamentary Committee on the Environment) in 2010.
It is the responsibility of the Republic of Cyprus to ensure that the British bases are not used as a beachhead for suspicious chemical spraying, experiments with the climate and British espionage activities.
Mr Perdikis will bring the subject back for debate in the Parliamentary Committee on the Environment (it was discussed before on 7/10/2010).