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Tuesday, September 13 2011 , Your time is 15:58:00
Turkish Cypriot President Dr. Derviş Eroğlu was lamenting the incredible lack of “awareness” of some of his visitors on the “fundamentals” of the Cyprus problem.
Public opinion polls conducted in northern and southern Cyprus over the past many decades demonstrate one key fact: Neither Turkish Cypriots nor Greek Cypriots consider a federal resolution as their first choice
The separate meetings with Turkish and Greek Cypriot negotiators held by French Foreign Ministry executives in Paris created some nerve on the Greek Cypriot side
Although it was not given much attention in Turkey, with the latest Lisbon Treaty, the European Parliament has gained prominence in European politics
It must not be easy to stand in front of cameras and - as the winner of the top prize at the Cannes Film Festival - dedicate a prestigious award to those who were killed back in your homeland
The political team of the Turkish Foreign Ministry was apparently brave enough in pertinently asking for American involvement in the Cyprus talk’s process.
American Vice President Joe Biden will be in Cyprus today and tomorrow for such a high level visit to the island from across the Atlantic in 52 years.
The highlight of the one-day trip to North Cyprus by Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu might best be his bold declaration that the time has come to end the 50-year-old Cyprus problem.
Branding whatever bad happens as “fate” while ripping benefits from whatever good develops cannot be compatible with any religious teaching.
Something very crucial is missing in the Cyprus negotiations and diplomacy: humanitarian contacts.
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