The island nation of Cyprus is all set to mark the 66th anniversary of the infamous Eoka struggle.
Launched on April 1, 1955, the purpose of the struggle was to gain independence from British rule.
The occasion will start with Cypriot President Nicos Anastasiades attending a church service at the Ayios Ioannis cathedral, followed by attending the memorial service of the Imprisoned Graves.
Given the pandemic situation, no other big events surrounding the struggle have been announced.
The Eoka struggle is one of the biggest historical events of Cyprus. Lasting from 1955 to 1959, the struggle is what ultimately led to Cyprus becoming an independent state, he added.