Cyprus protested to the UN over violations of its airspace and territorial waters by Turkey, which took place in June.
These violations, Cyprus said, aimed to undermine its sovereignty.
Michael Mavros, First Secretary of the Permanent Mission of Cyprus to the UN, sent a letter to the UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres, protesting the Turkish violations.
The letter was circulated on Thursday as an official document of the UN General Assembly and of the Security Council.
Mavros attaches two documents to his letter, describing in detail all Turkish violations of international air traffic regulations and the Republic’s national airspace. He also noted the illegal use of ports in the north, which remain closed, by Turkish warships.
He also underlines the systematic use of Tymbou (Ercan) airport by Turkish commercial planes.