Cyprus survived at the last moment!

Cyprus survived at the last moment!
Date: 12.7.2017 13:30

First the Annan Plan in 2004 ... Now the Swiss negotiations ... The TRNC was saved from joining the United Cyprus State under the domination of the Greeks and thanks to the endless demands of the Greeks ...

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Our national case Cyprus once again "turned dire" last week. Turkey came to the point of giving up once again after the annan plan of the sovereignty rights of the TRNC, which is an independent state, saying "solution", a meaningful explanation came from the Greek Cypriot leader of the Greek Cypriot administration Anastasiadis. Anastasiadis again showed his intention to turn the island into a Greek land, saying that negotiations would resume if Turkey put an end to its military presence in the country.
Let's talk after you give up from your right to intervene
Nicos Anastasiadis, the Greek Cypriot leader of the Greek Cypriot administration, said they are ready to renegotiate the issues after failing talks in Switzerland last week, provided that Turkey withdraws troops from the island and gives up its right to intervene. "The Greek Cypriot side is ready to negotiate a settlement within the parameters set by the secretary-general of the United Nations," Anastasiadis said at a press conference in Athens.
For the solution of the Cyprus problem; The Greek Cypriot and Greek Cypriots, as well as the United Kingdom, Greece and Turkey conducted negotiations for 10 days in the town of Crans-Montana in Switzerland, which ended in failure on July 7th.
Turkey gave the impression that it might be flexible
During the talks, Anastasiadis stated that Turkey gave the impression that both the right of intervention and his troops might be flexible in Cyprus, but Anastasiadis stated that the Turkish troops in the northern part of the island were completely withdrawn within a fixed schedule, They are ready to negotiate an agreement based on the commitment that he has intervened.


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