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Re: Akinci

Postby repulsewarrior » Sat May 02, 2015 9:03 pm

The newly elected Turkish Cypriot leader Mustafa Akinici has appointed former negotiator Ozdil Nami as his chief negotiator for the UN-sponsored talks to resolve the Cyprus problem that are expected to resume in May.

The news, which appeared on SigmaLive, has been confirmed to the Cyprus Weekly by diplomatic sources.

Nami, currently foreign minister of the unrecognised Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus (‘TRNC’), was special representative (the right-hand man) in the talks between the Mehmet Ali Talat and Demetris Christofias in 2008-2010.

He was replaced by Kudrey Ozersay when Talat lost the election to Dervish Eroglu.

The soft-spoken, Nami, 47, is a finance graduate of Berkeley California.

http://world.einnews.com/article/263147 ... NngV_aRFOZ
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Re: Akinci

Postby Lordo » Sat May 02, 2015 10:34 pm

perfect team for a decent agreement. lets see gc show their intention.
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Re: Akinci

Postby Paphitis » Sun May 03, 2015 5:27 am

Lordo wrote:perfect team for a decent agreement. lets see gc show their intention.


Who gives a shit.

We have the recognition and don't need to do a thing until you idiots start talking serious!

Seeya!
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Re: Akinci

Postby Get Real! » Sun May 03, 2015 11:31 am

Turkish puppet training 101, courtesy of Ankara… :lol:

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Re: Akinci

Postby Lordo » Sun May 03, 2015 12:43 pm

bullshit and you know it. every cupriot leader has made their first trip to their mother land be they gc or tc and you know it. has mr nasty upset the greak leader half as much as akinci upset erdogan. not on your life boy.

lets see if mr nasty has the balls to stand up to anti solutionists. but either way if you cant agree with akinci there will be no agreement. i think mr nasty knows the score. lets see if he has the balls.
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Re: Akinci

Postby Paphitis » Sun May 03, 2015 1:31 pm

Lordo wrote:bullshit and you know it. every cupriot leader has made their first trip to their mother land be they gc or tc and you know it. has mr nasty upset the greak leader half as much as akinci upset erdogan. not on your life boy.

lets see if mr nasty has the balls to stand up to anti solutionists. but either way if you cant agree with akinci there will be no agreement. i think mr nasty knows the score. lets see if he has the balls.


Yeh because they have close diplomatic relations.

The so called motherland, has NEVER demanded that it be a part of the negotiations process and will not sit at the table to bargain with Turkey over Cyprus or the so called Treaty of Guarantee. It has no willingness to Guarantee the RoC at all.

All it does is re-affirms its support for a solution.

Turkey is trying to drag Greece into it and Greece doesn't want a bar of it.
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Re: Akinci

Postby Lordo » Sun May 03, 2015 2:16 pm

you stupid idiot. the guarantee agrrement has never been in these negotiations and will never be part of them in the future.

if you wish them to be removed you will have to get the 5 parties concerned to agree. as akinci said as clear as he can do. nobody can unilaterally remove themselves from an international agreement. if they did the world and the business world would turn to stone age world. although the way you boys are acting you will end up there sooner then you realised.

let me just get this staright. you are actually educated to western standards and not some hill billy vosgo educated in the kikkos monastry on trodos right. i just want it confirmed cause you mind is mush.
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Re: Akinci

Postby Maximus » Sun May 03, 2015 3:07 pm

Lordo wrote:you stupid idiot. the guarantee agrrement has never been in these negotiations and will never be part of them in the future.

if you wish them to be removed you will have to get the 5 parties concerned to agree. as akinci said as clear as he can do. nobody can unilaterally remove themselves from an international agreement. if they did the world and the business world would turn to stone age world. although the way you boys are acting you will end up there sooner then you realised.

let me just get this staright. you are actually educated to western standards and not some hill billy vosgo educated in the kikkos monastry on trodos right. i just want it confirmed cause you mind is mush.



So you don't recognise the RoC but still want the guarantees that should have prevented the creation of the "TRNC"?

You need to get your thinking straight, those guarantees have been violated, they are null and void.
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Re: Akinci

Postby Nikitas » Sun May 03, 2015 3:13 pm

Lordo caught not reading the news again:

"has mr nasty upset the greak leader half as much as akinci upset erdogan. not on your life boy."

Greece is in talks with the Eurozone for its financial survival, and Cyprus is siding with all the others, not Greece, the stakes have been 18 to 1 since the start. Our finance minister Georgiadis openy challenged his Greek counterpart to talk sense and when criticised he said "I am the finance minister of Cyprus, not Greece, and though we have common cultural ties, we are separate nations with distinct interests." Who is the TC with the balls to do something similar where it counts, not in the mere exchange of risk free statements to the press.
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Re: Akinci

Postby Lordo » Sun May 03, 2015 3:22 pm

Maximus wrote:
Lordo wrote:you stupid idiot. the guarantee agrrement has never been in these negotiations and will never be part of them in the future.

if you wish them to be removed you will have to get the 5 parties concerned to agree. as akinci said as clear as he can do. nobody can unilaterally remove themselves from an international agreement. if they did the world and the business world would turn to stone age world. although the way you boys are acting you will end up there sooner then you realised.

let me just get this staright. you are actually educated to western standards and not some hill billy vosgo educated in the kikkos monastry on trodos right. i just want it confirmed cause you mind is mush.



So you don't recognise the RoC but still want the guarantees that should have prevented the creation of the "TRNC"?

You need to get your thinking straight, those guarantees have been violated, they are null and void.

you are so stupid. if they are null and void why did greace suddenly announce that they are no longer needed. gavole i suoppose it is greek logic right.
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