Former Greek Cypriot leader Dimitris Christofias who blames Greek Cypriot leader Nikos Anastasiades for distorting the history made a call to the Greek Cypriot youth to protest against Anastasiades’ government. According to Greek Cypriot daily, Fileleftheros, Christofias underlined that fascism is on the rise due to economic crisis in the South and made a call to the Greek Cypriot youth to gather around university students movement and protest against the current regime and put pressure on Troika.
Cameron asks whether Cyprus can have an exclusive economic zone before the solution of the Cyprus problem
It was reported that during the EU summit in Brussels, where Greek Cypriot leader Nikos Anastasiadis could not attend due to his illness, UK Prime Minister David Cameron asked “Can Cyprus have an Exclusive Economic Zone before the solution of the Cyprus problem?” and opposed to the Exclusive Economic Zone unilaterally declared by Greek Cypriot Administration in the Eastern Mediterranean. The Greek Cypriot daily Fileleftheros gave the news with the headlines “London and Ankara hand in hand… Cameron objected to the Exclusive Economic Zone of Cyprus Republic at the EURead More
President Derviş Eroğlu pointed out that the Greek Cypriot leader Nikos Anastasiades wrongly assumes the Greek Cypriot side as the sole owner of the island and sovereignty only belonged to them and added: “If it was the case there wouldn’t be any need for negotiations”. Eroğlu indicated that the reason of the dilemma Anastasiades faced recently can be explained by his unwillingness to start the give-and-take process in the negotiations and lack of political will in reaching a comprehensive settlement. Eroğlu said that from now on the international community isRead More