Cyprus is heavily dependent on tourism. Seems like the first obvious step is to create a campaign to dissuade people from going there. Second step (assuming the incident occurred in the Greek part of the island) is to extend the “no tourism” campaign to the rest of Greece, which likewise heavily depends on tourism (it comprises 20.6% of Greek GDP).

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Allan Milne Lees

Anyone who enjoys my articles here on Medium may be interested in my books Why Democracy Failed and The Praying Ape, both available from Amazon.