On Friday, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan dealt a major blow to the UN talks on Cyprus, saying he had not expected anything from the UN talks on this issue that has been pending for years.
He also stressed that he did not trust the Greek Cypriots because they were not acting honestly and honestly, as he put it.
To the United Nations’ next steps in in reference to die Efforts to resume peace talks and close the side of the ethnic division in He said of Cyprus: “They have been postponed for two or three months, but again I do not think a result will be achieved because they are not sincere.”
The talks failed
This came after the United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres yesterday admitted the failure of the talks and at the same time demanded not to surrender, while the Turkish Cypriot leader considered it pointless to negotiate without dealing with the North deal with the island “on an equal footing”.
During a short press conference after three days of talks in In Geneva he said: “The truth is that after our efforts we have not yet found enough common denominators to die Resumption of formal negotiations on die To enable a solution to the Cyprus problem. “
The Secretary General who die informal conversations, die on Tuesday in Geneva started overseeing personally and is hoping to resume them within two or three months, adding, “I’m not giving up.” “If it is impossible in engineering, die Rounding corners is this in very common in politics, “he explained.
Turkey occupied it in 1974
It is noteworthy that Cyprus has been divided since 1974 when die Turkey occupied its northern third in response to a coup organized by the Athens-backed Military Council die Annex the island to Greece.
The area occupied by Turkey later declared its independence, die has not been recognized and is still heavily dependent on Ankara.
All previous decades of United Nations sponsored attempts to die Reuniting the island was unsuccessful.
While die Greek Cypriots die Solution to reunite the island in Support the form of a federal state, the President of the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus, with the support of Ankara, insists on the recognition of two independent and equal states on the Mediterranean island.
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