By Peri Sualp ….
The friend of Northern Cyprus shares its Daily News of Life and Times around the world
Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs Kudret Özersay gave an interview to Halkın Sesi correspondent in New York. Stating that there is an atmosphere of cold war at the UN Security Council, Özersay said that the Cyprus problem is not at the top of world agenda.
By Chris Elliott….
Having been to Erenköy on a number of occasions and as a member of TFR, I was pleased to see that yet even more people had made their way to the site of the Erenköy siege of Turkish Cypriots by Greek Troops and Greek Cypriot National Guard which started on 6th August 1964 and learn the truth of this important part of Northern Cyprus history.
Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs Kudret Özersay stated that recent measures taken by the Greek Cypriot side would both damage the Greek Cypriot side’s economic interests and also harm the Turkish Cypriot economy, which totally contradicts the need for confidence building in Cyprus.
We have just received the following open letter from Roger L Jennings to the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Kudret Ozersay, which we are publishing and passing to the appropriate authorities in Northern Cyprus with the hope that through this initiative there may be a change in the long running Cyprus saga.
In reply to the article we published in which Fikri Toros stated that “cooperation between mobile phone operators was rejected by Anastasiades“, we received a comment by Honorary President of the TRNC Hoteliers Association, John Aziz Kent in which he said the following.
President Mustafa Akıncı stated that everyone wants peace and stability on the island of Cyprus, and that no one wants the next generations to face the same difficulties as before. Akıncı also added that the resources of the island are enough for all its residents, and that everyone can benefit fairly from the island’s blessings.