Friday, February 11, 2011

Why Christofias does not take the talks more serioulsy?

"You suggest Christofias should take the Cyprus talks more sereiously?!

To be honest given the real situation in the north of Cyprus, and who really calls the shots (Turkey), can any one really take these talks with Eroğlu as any thing other than a joke? Under the circumstances I think the gCypriots take this farce more than serious. There is an internal and external aspect to the cyprus problen, and as long as the external one gets ignored and Turkey's true intentions in Cyprus ignored by the international community the settlement talks have no chance."PAUL from IRELAND comments on Tue, February 8th 2011 at 17:56
Cautious response to north’s disarray By Elias Hazou Published on February 8, 2011 on the Cyprus Mail website


What gCypriot could possibly agree to the remainder of all the settlers in the north, and a continued guarantor role for this menace that is Turkey? How could it possibly be approved by gCypriots? At the same time gCypriots will have to be clear on major concessions to the tCypriots for any chance to put Turkey under pressure and end the occupation.

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