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Özersay: No negotiation process in Cyprus

Deputy PM and FM Kudret Özersay says Greek Cypriot side makes efforts to prevent change in UN Peace Force

Özersay: No negotiation process in Cyprus

By Diyar Güldoğan

There has been no negotiation process in Cyprus after 2017, Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Kudret Özersay said on Wednesday.

“It is clear that there was no negotiation process in Cyprus after 2017. The Greek Cypriot side is trying to prevent a change in the UN peacekeeping force by implying that there is a negotiation process.

“This is an inconsistent approach. We are against the understanding of likewise continuation of the UNFICYP, namely the continuation of the status quo, and we are conducting diplomatic initiatives in this direction,” Mr Özersay told Bayrak Radio and Television.

He said the Greek Cypriot side “considers the change of mandate of the UN Peace Force in Cyprus as a breakdown of the status quo”.



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