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TRNC News 8.3.2017 Çavuşoğlu: “Only in Cyprus there is hope”


Çavuşoğlu: “Only in Cyprus there is hope”

Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu has said that Turkey has worked hard and sincerely to reach a solution in Cyprus. Çavuşoğlu explained that there is no chance of finding a solution to the many crises and challenges in the wider region, but that Cyprus offered hope, which may contribute to finding solutions of other problems.

Çavuşoğlu made the comments on the Cyprus issue during a meeting with representatives of foreign countries.

He said “Unfortunately, the Greek Cypriot side has begun preparations for the elections to be held next year. The Enosis decision and Greek Cypriots attitude, which denies political equality despite the fact that they previously approved it and it was included in the joint statement, has started to disrupt the negotiations. We insisted on the convening of the five-party conference. We hope they will correct this mistake and both sides will reveal their sincerity. So we will support the process and a solution will be reached in Cyprus.”

Ceramic Artist Ateşin attends ‘III. National Culture Council’ in İstanbul

Ceramic Artist Ayhatun Ateşin attended the III. National Culture Council this week in İstanbul, organized by the Republic of Turkey’s Ministry of Culture and Tourism.

Ateşin also participated in the work of the Turks Abroad and Culture Commission.

Addressing the committee, Ayhatun Ateşin touched upon Cypriot and  Mediterranean culture.

Ateşin also pointed out that Cyprus, which has hosted many civilizations, is an island that has a new flavour, new life and became a dynamic place after joining the Ottoman territories and accumulating centuries of culture.

Source: TRNC Public Information Office –

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