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Re: Water - The Propaganda Regime of "TRNC" ...???

Postby repulsewarrior » Fri Jun 03, 2016 2:10 am

Agriculture and Natural Resources Minister Nazım Çavuşoğlu announced that the water has reached the island within Water picture from the TRNC PIOthe framework of the TRNC Water Supply Project and will be transmitted to Lefkoşa, Gazimağusa, Hamitköy and Tepebaşı for trial purposes for three days from today (1st June).

In his written statement Çavuşoğlu stated that they are consistently holding contacts with the officials from Turkey regarding the water issue and conveyed the concerns of municipalities on the matter. Çavuşoğlu noted that in order to overcome these concerns, the status of the municipalities should be specified.

Source: TRNC Public Information Office
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Re: Water - The Propaganda Regime of "TRNC" ...???

Postby Lordo » Thu Jun 09, 2016 10:47 pm

and that said it was a myth. where are they now. come boys come on out of the woodwork. its all forgotten now. thet fact that you were shit than does not mean you are shit now for definite. there is a small risk that you have changed. leopard and spots come to mind. especially the balloon man. where has got to ffs.

here is to water for peace.

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Re: Water - The Propaganda Regime of "TRNC" ...???

Postby repulsewarrior » Fri Jun 10, 2016 1:17 am

...cheers Lordo.
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Re: Water - The Propaganda Regime of "TRNC" ...???

Postby repulsewarrior » Fri Jun 17, 2016 2:30 am

[03] A tender for the water lodged in Ankara; No reference to the regime causes discomfort; Cavusoglu: It is lodged according to the "protocol"

Under the title "The name of the TRNC does not exist", Turkish Cypriot daily Havadis newspaper (16.06.16) reports that a tender procedure was lodged yesterday by Turkey's State Water Affairs (DSI) as regards the administration of the water provided from Turkey to the occupied area of Cyprus during the one year transitional period. No reference is made to the "TRNC" in the tender, which includes privatizations in the above-mentioned transitional period, notes the paper adding that the fact that no reference is made to any "institution of the TRNC" caused discomfort in some circles. The tender ends in July and it is not known whether firms which operate in the occupied area of Cyprus will be able to participate in it.
Turkish Cypriot daily Yeni Duzen newspaper (16.06.16) publishes statements by the chairman of the "water committee of the chambers of architects and engineers", Bektas Goze, who said that they have no "official information" as regards the tender and added that lodging such a tender was not a surprise for them, as this was provided in a "protocol" signed in May between Turkey and the regime. Pointing out that they do not know the conditions of the tender, Goze added that the fact that the tender was lodged in Turkey indicates that the participation of local businesses will be difficult.

Under the title "Tender for the water in Turkey", Turkish Cypriot daily Halkin Sesi newspaper (16.06.16) reports that the tender invited by the DSI, which undertook the management of the water, provides for carrying the water to the depots of the "municipalities", the administration, maintenance and restoration [of the infrastructure]. The "subscription agreement" for participating in the system was signed by 16 out of the 28 "municipalities" in the occupied area of Cyprus. These are the "municipalities" of occupied Famagusta, Morfou, Trikomo, Vadili, Komi Kepir, Agios Sergios, Agios Epiktitos, Ashia, Sinda, Agios Amvrosios, Pergamos, Akanthou, Chatoz, Lefkoniko, Galateia and Yialousa. Moreover, the "municipal councils" of occupied Yerolakkos, Lapithos and Lysi have produced a decision on this issue but did not sign the agreement yet.

Meanwhile, according to Turkish Cypriot daily Vatan newspaper (16.06.16), Nazim Cavusoglu, self-styled minister of agriculture and natural resources of the breakaway regime in the occupied area of the Republic of Cyprus, said that DSI lodged the tender as a requirement of the "protocol" signed between the "TRNC government" and Turkey. Cavusoglu noted that the DSI purchases services in Turkey when this is necessary and is doing the same for the occupied area of Cyprus. "This issue is not ours, but the DSI is TRNC's interlocutor", he argued adding that in parallel to the control of the administration and the administrator of the water, the DSI's engineers will supervise the measurement of the water quantities provided to the "municipalities". He also noted that the DSI will purchase the necessary labor services for the maintenance of the pumping stations and the water treatment plants until the water reaches the depots of the "municipalities".

(I/Ts.) http://www.hri.org/news/cyprus/tcpr/201 ... .tcpr.html
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Re: Water - The Propaganda Regime of "TRNC" ...???

Postby Lordo » Sat Jun 18, 2016 11:34 am

there is an old terggish saying rw

parayi veren dudugu calar - the payer blows the whistle.

as of today tcs have not paid a penny yet. when they do they will have choices.
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Re: Water - The Propaganda Regime of "TRNC" ...???

Postby Pyrpolizer » Sun Jun 19, 2016 11:28 am

Lordo wrote:there is an old terggish saying rw

parayi veren dudugu calar - the payer blows the whistle.

as of today tcs have not paid a penny yet. when they do they will have choices.


Why should they?? have they received any water yet? will they ever receive anything? EVEEEEER? Use your brain Lordoui. These are just delaying procedures to hide the real problem.And the real problem is there are sustainability problems of the pipeline itself. Tatli ruyalar
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Re: Water - The Propaganda Regime of "TRNC" ...???

Postby Lordo » Sun Jun 19, 2016 11:47 am

laaaaaaa la la laaaaaaaaaal la
la la la laaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaala alal ala al ala
la la la
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Re: Water - The Propaganda Regime of "TRNC" ...???

Postby kurupetos » Sun Jun 19, 2016 12:47 pm

Lordo wrote:laaaaaaa la la laaaaaaaaaal la
la la la laaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaala alal ala al ala
la la la

:lol: :lol: :lol:
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Re: Water - The Propaganda Regime of "TRNC" ...???

Postby Pyrpolizer » Sun Jun 19, 2016 12:52 pm

Lordo wrote:laaaaaaa la la laaaaaaaaaal la
la la la laaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaala alal ala al ala
la la la



Not while you are dreaming. use it when you are awake. :lol: :lol:
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Re: Water - The Propaganda Regime of "TRNC" ...???

Postby umit07 » Sun Jun 19, 2016 5:17 pm

The real problem is that Turkey is trying to setup a private company to manage the water. One of the caveats is that this private company will have full control of ALL the water resources of the north, it will also be responsible for all the associated infrastructure. Many TC councils do not want to ceed control of local water resources, atm those who do not relinquish control will not recieve Turkish water.
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