Turkey’s secret agenda on the Cyprus deal

“The visit has achieved the objectives we set at the outset … To meet the Turkish prime minister and foreign minister, who can take on board the positions of the Greek Cypriot side,” said Greek Cypriot Progressive Party of Working People (AKEL) head Andros Kyprianou on his return to the island after visiting Turkey over the weekend.

“The second objective was to hear from their side and possibly to try to diagnose what might be hidden behind their words,” Kyprianou added.

In other words, he was trying to decipher Turkey’s “secret agenda” for any possible Cyprus deal.

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