Turkey desires sovereign equality for TCs, Cavusoglu says in occupied North



Ankara has supported a two state answer in Cyprus ever because the breakdown of talks at Cran Montana, overseas minister Mevlut Cavusoglu mentioned throughout an unlawful go to to occupied north Cyprus, including that his nation is now in search of sovereign equality for Turkish Cypriots.

‘We’ll overturn regardless of the Greek-Cypriots are plotting towards us’, Cavusoglu claimed, accusing Nicosia of making an attempt to show settlement negotiations into confidence constructing measures and ‘promote’ points that have been on the desk from earlier agendas.

He additional famous that Turkey might be evaluating the most recent developments on the Cyprus subject with the Turkish Cypriot negotiating crew, including that his nation is all the time in solidarity with the TC group and can overcome every thing, together with all of the ‘video games’ being performed in Cyprus, as he put it.

‘We’ve got been negotiating a federal answer for years, however the Greek-Cypriot facet has rejected all fashions and research in relation to this mannequin, together with the Anan plan’, Cavusoglu additional claimed, chatting with members of non-governmental organisations in occupied Lapithos.

The federal answer was negotiated for the final time at Cran Montana, he added.

‘After that we’re engaged on sovereign and never political equality, two states current facet by facet that may work collectively in each approach’, Cavusoglu mentioned, outlining the Turkish place.

The one strategy to cooperate, he concluded, is for the Greek Cypriots to recognise Turkish Cypriot political sovereignty.

Nicosia has rejected any dialogue on a two state answer, with President Anastasiades sustaining sturdy political will at returning to negotiations primarily based on a bizonal bicommunal federation, the agreed foundation of a settlement.

Current Turkish strikes within the fenced off metropolis of Varosha, in violation of the world’s establishment, have nullified any prospects of talks resumption.

Supply: Ethnos.gr



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