Cyprus Mail does an extensive coverage of the explosion investigation (several articles, I’m only linking to the one I quote). The President of Cyprus, Dimitris Christofias, was also questioned and gave a few statements. Some of his words are rather unbelievable.
Christofias also denied it was him who decided where to put the munitions, adding that he had never visited the Evangelos Florakis naval base at Mari, which neighbours the Vassilikos power station, before the blast. “If I knew the proximity to the power station I would not have accepted them being stored there,” Christofias said.
Say what? I mean, I can understand that Cyprus is covered with villages big and small, some with duplicate names. But this place is special. It is the largest naval base in Cyprus. And it has the power station that was responsible for about 60% of all power supply. This location must be on every single strategic plan this country has. This should be one of the things you know before you accept the responsibility of leading this country. EPIC FAIL.