Greece and South Cyprus, Turkey and North Cyprus called for the “two-state solution” or simply refusing, said they signed an agreement on the basis of a UN resolution.
Before the new round of talks, which is expected to begin in the first week of March under the auspices of the UN for the solution of the Cyprus problem, Greece and the Republic of Cyprus, a member of the EU, made a statement: ” We don’t have a two-state solution. ”
The Greek Prime Minister met in Nicosia Kyriakos Mitsotakis and the President of the Republic of Cyprus, Nicos Anastasiades, Turkey and Northern Cyprus “two-state solution” by rejecting their demands, simply said that they would accept a peace agreement on the basis of a UN resolution.
“Athens and Nicosia will continue to focus on the UN resolutions,” Greek Prime Minister Mitsotakis said after the meeting. UN resolutions are the only agreed and binding framework for a solution, ”he said. Mitsotakis, Turkey and Northern Cyprus “have adopted an attitude that violates these principles,” he said.
Greece’s prime minister, also regarding exploratory talks relaunched with Turkey on January 25, calls “sincere intentions, cautious optimism and zero purity,” he said they walked.
The UN mediation in the first week of March to be held in New York provides for talks with the Greek and Turkish Cypriot parties, as well as the guarantor powers Turkey, Greece and Great Britain will attend the foreign ministers. Guarantor states must also sign a potential agreement.
The last talks held in Switzerland under the UN umbrella ended without results in 2017. Turkey, will give the results of the negotiations on the Swiss-based island federation that some experience then and now holds that the two-state solution should be negotiated .
UN resolutions provide for the reunification of the island into a federation with two regions, based on the agreements signed between the two parties in 1977 and 1979.