TOWN have pulled the plug on their post-season trip to Cyprus.
The cancellation of the four-day visit, which would have included a game against the controversial Cyprus Turkish FA's representative team, comes after the national Cypriot FA voiced their concerns to the English Football Association.
Peter Jackson and his squad would have flown out 24 hours after their final League I game at Wrexham on Saturday, May 7 and been based at Kyrenia.
That is in the North of the Mediterranean island, which has been divided since 1974, when Turkey invaded in response to a military coup which was backed by the Greek government.
The island, with a total population of 807,000, was effectively partitioned with the Northern third, including Kyrenia, inhabited by Turkish-Cypriots and the rest by Greek Cypriots.
The dividing line is patrolled by United Nations troops.
In 1983 the Northern area declared itself the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus.
Turkey keeps around 30,000 troops on the island.
The Cyprus Turkish FA does not appear on either the FIFA or UEFA websites as a member association.
"We have received a number of communications since the proposed trip was announced, and this is clearly a very sensitive issue," said Town secretary Ann Hough.
"It was solely intended to be a recreational end-of-season trip including one friendly match.
"While initial approval was sought, and received, from the Football League and the Football Association at this end, the Cypriot FA voiced concerns to our FA, and we are acting on those.
"We have withdrawn from the trip because we do not want to cause offence to any party."