In the past it was harder for a Turkish Cypriot leader to be more independent from the interests of Turkey but Ankara has worries elsewhere.
This is what Emine Colak, the ‘foreign minister’ of breakaway northern Cyprus, said and noted that she does not see Turkey being deeply involved with the details of the UN-brokered Cyprus peace process.
“In the thorny issues, yes, Turkey will be involved but the momentum gained so far can help resolve the thorny issues too,” Colak said.
“At the moment all I can see from the vibrations coming from Turkey is that they are not creating obstacles, they don’t want to get involved in details,” she added.
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