LAST MINUTE NEWS: Statement on Cyprus by the UN Secretary General

LAST MINUTE NEWS: Statement on Cyprus by the UN Secretary General


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On the last day of the 5 + 1 unofficial Cyprus conference with the participation of the TRNC and the Greek Cypriot side and the guarantor countries, including Turkey, UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres made a statement.

Antonio Guterres said, “We could not find enough common ground to start official negotiations for the solution of the Cyprus problem”.

“We are determined to do our best to maintain the dialogue and achieve positive results,” said Secretary General Guterres.

The day we passed was busy

Under the leadership of the United Nations (UN), it was announced that the second day of the 5 + 1 conference on unofficial Cyprus with the participation of the Cypriot parties and the guarantor countries Turkey, Greece and Britain was a busy day.

On the second day of the conference, after the first session and bilateral talks in the morning, the conference was suspended until 20:00, and the last session of the day ended at 21.30 at the conference chaired by the UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres.

The President of the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus (TRNC) Ersin Tatar, Greek Cypriot leader Nikos Anastasiadis and Foreign Minister Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu on behalf of the guarantor countries, Greek Foreign Minister Nikos Dendias and British Foreign Minister Dominic Raab attended the meetings.

Guterres had given an informal dinner in honor of the heads of delegations who attended the conference after the second-day meetings, which ended at the UN Geneva Office.

THE TRNC SIDE MADE A 6-SECTION SUGGESTION

The Prime Minister of the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus (TRNC) Ersan Saner stated that the 6-point proposal submitted by President Ersin Tatar to the United Nations (UN) Secretary General Antonio Guterres for a permanent solution in Cyprus are the basic parameters set by the Turkish side for the resumption of the negotiations. .

In the Cyprus Post Web TV broadcast, Prime Minister Saner evaluated the 6-point proposal submitted by President Ersin Tatar to Guterres for a permanent solution in Cyprus at the unofficial Cyprus conference held in Geneva.

Saner, “The 6 parameters put forward by the Turkish side are all in the direction of how the negotiations should begin. There is nothing like talking about how to resolve neither land concessions nor other issues.” said.

“It is not possible for us to sign an agreement in which we do not have the right to sovereignty.” Saner said they wanted the acceptance of sovereign equality and a two-state solution.

HERE A 6-SUBSTANCE SUGGESTION

In the 6-point proposal submitted to Guterres by President Tatar, it was emphasized that the cooperation-based relationship should be based on the following principles and regulations:

1. The Secretary General will take the initiative for the Security Council to adopt a resolution guaranteeing the equal international status and sovereign equality of the two sides. Such a decision will provide a new basis for establishing a collaborative relationship between the two existing states.

2- After ensuring the equal international status and sovereign equality of the two sides with the above-mentioned arrangement, they will start result-oriented and period-based negotiations in order to create a mutually acceptable cooperation agreement under the auspices of the UN Secretary General.

3- The negotiations will focus on future relations between the two independent states, property, security and border regulation, as well as relations with the EU.

4- The negotiations will be supported by Turkey, Greece and the UK as well as by the EU as observers where appropriate.

5- In the context of any agreement, two states will mutually recognize each other, and three Guarantor States will support it.

6- Any agreement reached as a result of these negotiations will be submitted for ratification in simultaneous referendums in two states separately.

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