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Tsipras to Davutoglu:Let’s first solve Cyprus problem & then we visit Cyprus

Tsipras to Davutoglu:Let’s first solve Cyprus problem & then we visit Cyprus

Turkey’s Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu wants to visit Cyprus with his Greek counterpart, Alexis Tsipras, government spokesman Nicos Christodoulides said on Wednesday. Davutoglu proposed the suggestion to Greece, but  Tsipras responded: “Let’s first solve the Cyprus problem and then we can visit Cyprus”, according to the spokesman. Ρead the rest on: http://cyprus-mail.com/2015/10/07/davutoglu-wants-to-visit-cyprus-with-tsipras/

Plea for viable solution:Open letter to Nicos Anastasiades & Mustafa Akinci

Gentlemen, is a viable solution possible? Gentlemen, are you the leaders for peace? Ahmet Gazioglu’s 1990 book The Turks in Cyprus, A province of the Ottoman Empire (1571-1878), covers the history of the Turkish Cypriots, but his facts are not always very accurate. At one stage he writes that in 1572 about 1,689 families were

Greek Prime Minister breaks with tradition by meeting Turkish Cypriots

The new Greek PM’s encouraging gestures during his Cyprus visit should not make one forget that equitable sharing of energy resources is key to a solution on the island, says the Turkish government Alexis Tsipras, 41-year-old revolutionary leader of the anti-austerity party Syriza, who has recently been elected Greek Prime Minister, has broken with Greek

Tsipras is the first Greek Prime Minister to meet jointly with G/c & T/c NGOs

Newly elected Prime Minister of Greece Alexis Tsipras received here in Nicosia Greek Cypriot and Turkish Cypriot Non Governmental Organisations, conveying them the message that Greece counts on their efforts to reunify Cyprus. Newly elected Prime Minister of Greece Alexis Tsipras received here in Nicosia Greek Cypriot and Turkish Cypriot Non Governmental Organisations, conveying them

Tsipras says Barbaros must leave for talks to resume

Greek Prime Minister Alexia Tsipras was quoted on Friday as saying it was important that the Turkish seismic vessel Barbaros leave the sea area around Cyprus so that talks could resume. Tsipras who is due in Cyprus on Monday on his first official visit abroad since being elected on an anti-bailout platform last Sunday, gave

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