The Special Adviser on Cyprus for the UN’s, Alexander Downer has made clear in an interview he gave yesterday for the newspaper ‘Yeni Duzen’ that as long as the Cyprus problem remains there is no hope for Turkey becoming a member of the European Union.
In his statement after this morning’s meeting with President Christofias, Alexander Downer said that the two communities have agreed to conduct a population census.
It has been agreed in yesterday’s meeting that next Thursdays President of the Republic Demetris Christofias and Turkish Cypriot leader Dervis Eroglu will have a working dinner in the presence of Special Advisor to the Secretary General of the United Nations on Cyprus, Alexander Downer
In an interview on Thursday Alexander Downer said that in case the Cyprus talks fail billions will have to be paid by the Greek Cypriots and Turkey.
Following today’s meeting between the Republic of Cyprus President Christofias and the Turkish Cypriot Leader Derviş Eroğlu, president told the press that Turkish Cypriot side rejects the possibility of having a population census.