Cyprus Mail

Compromise needed on both sides

Turkey needs to withdraw its troops

The article states the problem very clearly.

If this problem will ever be solved there have to be compromises by both sides – Turkey has to agree to withdraw its troops and stop interfering in the north and the G.C’s have to accept that Turkey is a power-player in the region and come to at least a working arrangement with them, as well as allowing the T.C’s political equality as part of a federal solution and guarantees for their security which they can accept.

The mindset of the current political elite here cannot see the logic of the above so the big question is, how do we get rid of them when the current government still has nearly three years left to run before its term expires?


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