Turkey accused today Cyprus government for the failure of talks sponsored by United Nations for the reunification of the Mediterranean island by making no concession in favor of the agreement.
کد خبر: ۷۱۰۲۴۸
تاریخ انتشار: ۱۷ تير ۱۳۹۶ - ۱۰:۴۵ 08 July 2017
Turkey accused today Cyprus government for the failure of talks sponsored by United Nations for the reunification of the Mediterranean island by making no concession in favor of the agreement.

According to Turkish Prime Minister Binali Yildirim, Ankara and the Turkish Cypriot delegation 'made every constructive effort from the beginning, clearly demonstrating to the UN, the European Union and the other guarantors that the Turkish side really wanted the resolution '.

On the contrary, he considered that the island's entry into the EU in 2004 led to the current situation of stagnation between both communities and the Greek Cypriot side 'did not adopt any constructive attitude' during the failed talks.

Yildirim noted the Turkish government would maintain its tendency to resolve the conflict, but also showed its commitment to continue defending the Turkish community of the Island to prevent them from losing their rights.

The negotiations came to an end last night amid tensions and mutual accusations, without UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres being able to close the gap opened between the parties.

'Unfortunately the agreement was not possible and the conference was closed without the possibility of reaching a solution to this dramatic and lasting problem,' Guterres told a news conference.

After two years of intense work by the UN, the failure of the talks brought an end to a process that was trying to seek a lasting solution to the conflict of more than four decades, since in 1974 the Island was divided between its greek and Turkish populations.
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