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JOAN RYAN ARRIVES IN CYPRUS

Postby halil » Tue Oct 02, 2007 7:39 pm

Britian’s Special Representative for Cyprus Joan Ryan has arrived in Cyprus for talks with the two sides on the island.
Ms Ryan :a solution must be found to the Cyprus problem by the end of 2008.
she stated that the 8-July agreement was the only way forward towards achieving a solution in Cyprus, a position, which she said, was supported both by the UN Security Council and Britain.

Noting that she would not act as a mediator and that she would not be bringing a new plan, Ms Ryan said that her country was ready to do all it can to support the UN peace process in Cyprus.
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Re: JOAN RYAN ARRIVES IN CYPRUS

Postby phoenix » Tue Oct 02, 2007 8:21 pm

halil wrote:Britian’s Special Representative for Cyprus Joan Ryan has arrived in Cyprus for talks with the two sides on the island.
Ms Ryan :a solution must be found to the Cyprus problem by the end of 2008.
she stated that the 8-July agreement was the only way forward towards achieving a solution in Cyprus, a position, which she said, was supported both by the UN Security Council and Britain.

Noting that she would not act as a mediator and that she would not be bringing a new plan, Ms Ryan said that her country was ready to do all it can to support the UN peace process in Cyprus.


Well I hope she manages to get through Talat's thick skull so that he can't keep stalling from his role as representative of the TCs. I would like to see the man act as a leader and behave in negotiations so that we can all move forward.

I think she has firmly smacked his hand for misbehaving with the 8th July agreement.
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Postby Bill » Tue Oct 02, 2007 9:46 pm

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I would like to see the man act as a leader and behave in negotiations so that we can all move forward.

He will ~~ as soon as the turkish government tells him he can.

I wouldn't hold your breath waiting
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Postby oranos64 » Tue Oct 02, 2007 10:18 pm

check my posts earlier today ...and you will guys should be able to get my drift and understand where i get my info from regarding the solutions proposed

solution is coming ....cash to refugees for their loss property ...as part of a agreement ..timed during the on comning recession in cyprus and uk .... a initiative by the U.S AND U.K 40 -80K EACH ref family for their loss and and finiancial injections into the economy of both the south and north and the recognition of the the trnc as matsakis said it is inevitable ...
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Postby phoenix » Tue Oct 02, 2007 11:07 pm

oranos64 wrote:check my posts earlier today ...and you will guys should be able to get my drift and understand where i get my info from regarding the solutions proposed

solution is coming ....cash to refugees for their loss property ...as part of a agreement ..timed during the on comning recession in cyprus and uk .... a initiative by the U.S AND U.K 40 -80K EACH ref family for their loss and and finiancial injections into the economy of both the south and north and the recognition of the the trnc as matsakis said it is inevitable ...


So you subscribe to the philosophy that money solves everything :roll:
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Postby humanist » Tue Oct 02, 2007 11:10 pm

Not a chance Bill ........... He is the idiot of the century. He has an opportunity not only to be recognised as a Vice president of a Recognised Nation and bring his people into the EU over night, but he much rather kiss Turkish arse.
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Postby phoenix » Tue Oct 02, 2007 11:49 pm

Bill wrote:Quote

I would like to see the man act as a leader and behave in negotiations so that we can all move forward.

He will ~~ as soon as the turkish government tells him he can.

I wouldn't hold your breath waiting
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Are you suggesting that:
Mehmet Ali Talat is a doorMAT for Turkey :lol:
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Postby Bill » Wed Oct 03, 2007 12:09 am

humanist wrote:Not a chance Bill ........... He is the idiot of the century. He has an opportunity not only to be recognised as a Vice president of a Recognised Nation and bring his people into the EU over night, but he much rather kiss Turkish arse.


That's exactly what I was implying andrea's.


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Postby zan » Wed Oct 03, 2007 12:22 am

humanist wrote:Not a chance Bill ........... He is the idiot of the century. He has an opportunity not only to be recognised as a Vice president of a Recognised Nation and bring his people into the EU over night, but he much rather kiss Turkish arse.


Have you approached your president and asked if he will accept the Zurich agreement in its full and unadulterated state before you offer it to us Humanist. Let me know what he says will you....
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Postby halil » Wed Oct 03, 2007 1:22 pm

Britain’s Special Representative for Cyprus Joan Ryan who has been having a series of contacts on the island was received by President Mehmet Ali Talat this morning.

The British High Commissioner Peter Millet was also present at the meeting.

No statement was issued before or after the meeting,


The British Special Representative is set to hold a press conference this afternoon at the British High Commission in Lefkosa where she will be evaluating her contacts on both sides of the island.



As part of her contacts, yesterday, Ms Ryan met with the Greek Cypriot Leader Tasos Papadopulos, Speaker of the Greek Cypriot Parliament Dimitris Hristofyas, Foreign Minister Erato Markulli and some political party leaders.



The aim of the visit – which is the first by Ms Ryan after being appointed as Britain’s Special Representative to Cyprus – is to learn more about the Cyprus issue at first hand.


Earlier, she stated that the 8-July agreement was the only way forward towards achieving a solution in Cyprus, a position, which she said, was supported both by the UN Security Council and Britain.


Noting that she would not act as a mediator and that she would not be bringing a new plan, Ms Ryan said that her country was ready to do all it can to support the UN peace process in Cyprus.


Ms Ryan also said that a solution must be found to the problem by the end of 2008.
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