Late last night Friday a the “presidential palace” in the occupied areas it was announced that an agreement has been reached on the joint communiqué. The written statement states that “the Turkish Cypriot and Greek Cypriot sides have reached agreement on the text of the joint communiqué that was prepared for the continuation of negotiations”. […]
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The former Turkish Cypriot leader, Mehmet Ali Talat, in an interview at the TV programme Kipris criticised Ankara’s attitude towards Republic of Cyprus.
If a revenue is seen from the exploitation of the hydrocarbons in the exclusive economic zone of Cyprus, it will be shared between the two communities.
The UN Secretary General, Ban Ki-moon is meeting the two Cypriot leaders today in Geneva in an attempt to revive the peace talks.
Turkish Cypriot leader Derviş Eroğlu, said that if a solution to the Cyprus problem is it be found it will be within the next three to five months and stressed that the process cannot continue indefinitely.
Cypriot government supports the full integration of Turkey’s in the European Union but that it shouldn’t be taken as an open cheque