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Akinci - "More Turkish Mainlanders"

Postby MrH » Mon Sep 19, 2016 1:02 pm

He noted that if no Cyprus settlement is reached, the Greek Cypriots were likely to find themselves to be neighbours of more Turkish mainlanders, who would be drawn to the island by a flourishing agricultural industry.
said by President Akinci.

Link: http://www.lgcnews.com/rotating-presidency-a-must-for-the-turkish-cypriots-akinci/

Although, I did mention this in one of my previous posts - if not all!

Learn to understand that when I tell you something, it's leaked and not made-up like the majority of words that fantasize from most of the GCs on this forum!
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Re: Akinci - "More Turkish Mainlanders"

Postby MrH » Mon Sep 19, 2016 1:06 pm

FULL ARTICLE:

Rotating presidency a must for the Turkish Cypriots: Akinci
19 September 2016

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If there is no rotating presidency between the two founding states in a prospective Cypriot federal state, there can be no deal, President Mustafa Akinci has said.

“A rotating presidency is one of the indispensable topics for the equality of the Turkish Cypriot nation. If the Greek Cypriot side says that ‘the rotating presidency will never be a parameter of the solution,’ then this means there will be no deal,” Turkish Cypriot President Mustafa Akıncı said on Sunday in Nicosia, after participating in a series of eight intensive negotiating sessions with Greek Cypriot President Nicos Anastasiades in the Cyprus talks.

“This means that the Turkish Cypriot leader will in no case sign this [deal] and put it before his nation.”

Akinci said that the discussion could only be held on “which intervals the rotating presidency can be implemented.”

“But if in principal the point of ‘a rotating presidency will not happen’ continues, this means there will be no deal,” he reiterated.

The fifty year old Cyprus problem erupted after the island was granted independence from Britain in 1960, soon followed by an outbreak of inter-communal clashes in 1963. The island was ethnically divided between a Greek south and a Turkish north when the Turkish military intervened in 1974 under the terms of the 1960 Treaty of Guarantee after diplomacy failed to end unrest on the island and a coup on the island aimed at unification with Greece.

Efforts to find a peaceful solution to the conflict were relaunched after previously failed peace talks were opened once again, in May 2015 following the election of Akinci as the new president of the TRNC.

In an interview on 15th September with local journalists, Akinci had said a peace deal could be reached on Cyprus within 90 days if both sides of the divided island were willing and decisive about the issue. The negotiations will continue after he and President Anastasiades meet with the UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon in New York on 25th September.

Akinci said that a multi-party meeting, including the guarantor states, will be held later on at an unspecified date.

Britain, Turkey and Greece are the three guarantor states of Cyprus under the 1960 treaty.

The president also said that agriculture is likely to increase in north Cyprus because of the water supplied from Mersin in Turkey to the north.

He noted that if no Cyprus settlement is reached, the Greek Cypriots were likely to find themselves to be neighbours of more Turkish mainlanders, who would be drawn to the island by a flourishing agricultural industry.

“If there is no resolution, then the Greek Cypriot side may become neighbours with Turkey on the island,” said Akinci.

Asked if he meant that the Turkish Cypriot administration would actually become a part of Turkey, Akinci said “I cannot know how the structure would develop after many years. In case of no solution [to the island’s division] we would of course want the continuation of the TRNC but the Greek Cypriot side should think carefully where the unrecognised [state of northern Cyprus], embargoes and the deadlock that accompanies [the whole process] will lead to,” said Akinci.

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Re: Akinci - "More Turkish Mainlanders"

Postby B25 » Mon Sep 19, 2016 1:59 pm

Oh please, what you threaten is what is already happening to the trashcan side. They can bring as many gypsies as they like as long as they put up a F wall 20ft high to keep out the sewerage then keep it, make it part of Turkey and F U.

From the demands that your Aknici has been making of late, there is no chance of any solution anyway, so really its all a non starter and these mickey mouse talks are just a waste of time.

Go enjoy your Turkish protectorate MrH and good riddens.
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Re: Akinci - "More Turkish Mainlanders"

Postby Lordo » Mon Sep 19, 2016 6:29 pm

how long before they start moving the border south. what will you do then get another un resolution.

yeah right good luck.
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Re: Akinci - "More Turkish Mainlanders"

Postby Maximus » Mon Sep 19, 2016 6:46 pm

Lordo wrote:how long before they start moving the border south. what will you do then get another un resolution.

yeah right good luck.


Its like a disease that doesnt stop spreading isnt it?
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Re: Akinci - "More Turkish Mainlanders"

Postby MrH » Thu Sep 22, 2016 10:18 am

by B25 » Mon Sep 19, 2016 1:59 pm
Oh please, what you threaten is what is already happening to the trashcan side. They can bring as many gypsies as they like as long as they put up a F wall 20ft high to keep out the sewerage then keep it, make it part of Turkey and F U.

From the demands that your Aknici has been making of late, there is no chance of any solution anyway, so really its all a non starter and these mickey mouse talks are just a waste of time.

Go enjoy your Turkish protectorate MrH and good riddens.


B25, you are so funny with the use of the word "Gypsies", as, if these so called Gypsies as you say can build 5-star Hotels like the GRATOS, Elexus, Noah's Ark, Kaya Artemis, 4 lane roads, and mass infrastructure projects like water transportation and universities, can you imagine the "Normal" Turkish citizens relocating into the proposed Turkish Cypriot States in a Federal agreement and what they can do? Carry on believing the rubbish propaganda talk you are so used to tricking yourselves with because sooner or later Cyprus will be entirely Turkish by default under your PRACTICAL way of life. B25, it's ACTUALLY happening mate! Wake up!
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Re: Akinci - "More Turkish Mainlanders"

Postby B25 » Thu Sep 22, 2016 10:33 am

MrH wrote:
by B25 » Mon Sep 19, 2016 1:59 pm
Oh please, what you threaten is what is already happening to the trashcan side. They can bring as many gypsies as they like as long as they put up a F wall 20ft high to keep out the sewerage then keep it, make it part of Turkey and F U.

From the demands that your Aknici has been making of late, there is no chance of any solution anyway, so really its all a non starter and these mickey mouse talks are just a waste of time.

Go enjoy your Turkish protectorate MrH and good riddens.


B25, you are so funny with the use of the word "Gypsies", as, if these so called Gypsies as you say can build 5-star Hotels like the GRATOS, Elexus, Noah's Ark, Kaya Artemis, 4 lane roads, and mass infrastructure projects like water transportation and universities, can you imagine the "Normal" Turkish citizens relocating into the proposed Turkish Cypriot States in a Federal agreement and what they can do? Carry on believing the rubbish propaganda talk you are so used to tricking yourselves with because sooner or later Cyprus will be entirely Turkish by default under your PRACTICAL way of life. B25, it's ACTUALLY happening mate! Wake up!


You are confusing a few businessmen having bribed Erdogan to build in Cyprus to the 300,000 plus Gypsies you shipped over. I doubt those businessmen even live in Cyprus. You have illegally changed the demographics and in violation of the 10 Geneva Convention, but hey, as long as the US and the UK agree to it anything goes. I mean just take a look at what is happening is Turkey today, if it were any other nation the F US/UK/EU axis would be screaming blue murder, but hey they like the taste of a Turkish cock.

So, like I said, but us a wall and keep it.
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Re: Akinci - "More Turkish Mainlanders"

Postby kurupetos » Sun Sep 25, 2016 1:09 pm

This fool Akinci cannot realize that threats like this will only have opposite results. :roll:

As I said before the negotiations will fail shortly. :wink:
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Re: Akinci - "More Turkish Mainlanders"

Postby Lordo » Sun Sep 25, 2016 1:13 pm

kurupetos wrote:This fool Akinci cannot realize that threats like this will only have opposite results. :roll:

As I said before the negotiations will fail shortly. :wink:

and you will be proven wrong, very wrong you fool. the yanks have ordered peace and you try to stop it. say thank you to your uncle sam and then bugger off you hear.
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Re: Akinci - "More Turkish Mainlanders"

Postby kurupetos » Sun Sep 25, 2016 1:18 pm

Lordo wrote:
kurupetos wrote:This fool Akinci cannot realize that threats like this will only have opposite results. :roll:

As I said before the negotiations will fail shortly. :wink:

and you will be proven wrong, very wrong you fool. the yanks have ordered peace and you try to stop it. say thank you to your uncle sam and then bugger off you hear.

Peace? There's piss idiot... thanks to the TR piss operation. Sod off!
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