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PUBLIC LAW 103-372—OCT. 19, 1994 108 STAT. 3487 Public Law 103-372 103d Congress An Act To provide for an inveetigation of the whereabouts of the United States citizens and others who have been missing from Cyprus since 1974. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, SECTION 1. UNITED STATES CITIZENS MISSING FROM CYPRUS. (a) INVESTIGATION.— As soon as is practicable, the President shall undertake, in cooperation with appropriate international organizations or nongovernmental organizations, a thorough investigation of the whereabouts of the United States citizens who have been missing from Cyprus since 1974. Any information on others missing from Cyprus that is learned or discovered during this investigation shall be reported to the appropriate international or nongovernmental organizations. The investigation shall focus on the countries and communities which were coirJ^atants in Cyprus in 1974, all of which currently receive United States foreign assistance. (b) REPORT TO THE FAMILIES. — The President shall report the findings of this investigation of the missing Americans to the family of each of tibe United States citizens. Such reports shall include the whereabouts of the missing. (c) REPORT TO THE CONGRESS.— The information learned or discovered during this investigation shall be reported to the Congress. (d) RETURNING THE MISSING. — The President, in cooperation with appropriate international organizations or nongovernmental organizations, shall do evenrthing possible to return to their famihes, as soon as is practicable, the United States citizens who have been missing from Cyprus since 1974, and others who have been missing, including returning the remains of those who are no longer alive. Oct. 19, 1994 [H.R. 2826] President. Reports. Approved October 19, 1994. LEGISLATIVE HISTORY—H.R. 2826 (S. 1329): CONGRESSIONAL RECORD, Vol. 140 (1994): Aug. 1, considered and passed House. Oct. 3, considered and passed Senate, amended, in lieu of S. 1329. Oct. 4, 5, House concurred in Senate amendment.