Mi Stamatas

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Cyprus "Mi Stamatas"
Eurovision Song Contest 1993 entry
Country Cyprus
Artist(s) Kyriakos Zympoulakis and Dimos Van Beke
Language Greek
Composer(s) Aristos Moskovakis
Lyricist(s) Rodoula Papalambrianou
Conductor Giorgos Theophanous
Finals performance
Final result 19th
Final points 17
Appearance chronology
◄ "Teriazoume" (1992)   
"Ime Anthropos Ki Ego" (1994) ►

"Mi Stamatas" (Greek script: "Μη σταματάς", English translation: "Don't Stop") was the Cypriot entry in the Eurovision Song Contest 1993, performed in Greek by Kyriakos Zimboulakis and Dimos van Beke.

The song was performed twenty-third on the night (following Spain's Eva Santamaría with "Hombres" and preceding Israel's Sarah'le Sharon & The Shiru Group with "Shiru"). At the close of voting, it had received 17 points, placing 19th in a field of 25.

The song is a plea for global unity, with the duo urging their listeners "don't stop helping people".

It was succeeded as Cypriot representative at the 1994 Contest by Evridiki with "Ime Anthropos Ki Ego".