Talat is in Ankara for a round table meeting on the Cyprus issue

According  Bayrak television (online, 05.01.16), the leader of the Republican Turkish Party United Forces (CTP-UG) Mehmet Ali Talat is paying a one day visit to Ankara today.

The reason behind Talat’s visit to Ankara is the round table meeting that will take place on the Cyprus issue.

The Economic Policy Research Foundation of Turkey (TEPAV) organises the round table meeting that will be held closed to the press and evaluate the latest phase reached on the Cyprus issue.

The meeting is being held under the Chatham House rules, which means that you can speak frankly without being identified by name or affiliation during the meeting.

Talat will return to the occupied area of the Republic of Cyprus tonight after completing his contacts in Ankara.


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