Tatar Northern Cyprus President: Turkey is our guarantor red line


In this process, he noted that continued to focus in the drive of the Cyprus side Tatars, “abolition of Turkey’s guarantor and the removal of Turkish troops in Cyprus’ request that Cyprus side, one of the red lines of the Turkish side of the” sovereign equality “unacceptable was the emphasis once again announced . Tatar stated that Southern Cypriot negotiator Andreas Mavroyiannis made this statement by using the statement “The sovereign equality demand of the Turkish side will be the end of the country” and once again revealed that the ‘mentality of Southern Cyprus’ has not changed and will never change.

According to the expression Mavroyannis uses ‘homeland’, the sole owner and master of Cyprus is only the Greeks and the Turkish Cypriot people are the minority. He said, “they do not have the right to equality.”

“Turkey’s guarantor status, the presence of Turkish troops in Cyprus, our sovereignty and our political equality, which is our red line and indispensable than ever.” Tatar pointed out that the abandonment of these was to accept the Greek yoke.

‘WE WILL NOT TAKE A BACK STEP’

Tatar stated that the negotiations on Cyprus issue and Mont Pelerin and Crans Montana negotiations have been inconclusive due to the outdated mentality and negative attitude of the other party and that the solution model based on the federation has come to an end. Tatar mentioned that the solution model based on two sovereign equal states, living side by side, having equal rights, for the benefit of Cyprus and the region, was brought up by them.

This solution of the model of the most powerful and largest countries of the gold that draws Tatars also supported by Turkey, he continued:

“While the solution model based on two sovereign equal states also finds support in the international arena, the Greek side deliberately and systematically escalates the tension by making unacceptable demands and provocations. our efforts will continue and we will not back down. “


Source: Cumhuriyet Gazetesi – Güncel by www.cumhuriyet.com.tr.

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