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Postby pitsilos » Fri Nov 03, 2006 1:23 pm

keep on thinking the world revolves around turkey and everything will be ok...

well atleast the roc tried to help turkey diffuse the situation between the EU and turkey and turkey refused, what else can i say?...wouldn't you say it was a nice gesture by the roc though? :wink:
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Postby miltiades » Fri Nov 03, 2006 9:03 pm

VP WROTE:
"""But Turkey do not recognize the GC run "RoC", how can they open their ports ot country they do not recognize? Its like you opeining your ports to the TRNC.""

VP , Cyprus money is recognised and accepted in the occupied part , I call it occupied not out of malice but in keeping in line with the Internationally accepted situation , ie UN , Europe etc. I would have said the same if the 40 thousand troops were Greeks from Greece occupying any part of Cyprus.

I understand fully Turkeys reluctance to join the rest of the world and recognise Cyprus , but dont you think that it would help matters a great deal and it would also assist Turkey greatly in its path towards Europe-and dont tell me that Turkey has lost interest in joining. - NEVER . Turkey will join sooner or later .
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Postby Viewpoint » Fri Nov 03, 2006 10:17 pm

miltiades wrote:VP WROTE:
"""But Turkey do not recognize the GC run "RoC", how can they open their ports ot country they do not recognize? Its like you opeining your ports to the TRNC.""

VP , Cyprus money is recognised and accepted in the occupied part , I call it occupied not out of malice but in keeping in line with the Internationally accepted situation , ie UN , Europe etc. I would have said the same if the 40 thousand troops were Greeks from Greece occupying any part of Cyprus.

I understand fully Turkeys reluctance to join the rest of the world and recognise Cyprus , but dont you think that it would help matters a great deal and it would also assist Turkey greatly in its path towards Europe-and dont tell me that Turkey has lost interest in joining. - NEVER . Turkey will join sooner or later .


Are we on speaking terms again? I thought you were not going to respond to my posts?

How can Turkey recognize a GC state? called the "RoC" it has missing elements namely the TCs, what they are saying is sort out your problems with the TCs and I will recognize you but no the GC want to push their own GC state, this is not possible and will never happen. The second problem would be that Turkeys recognition of a GC state would mean they would be shooting themselves in the foot and accepting the are an occupying force the next phase of the GC EU leverage plan would be to get rid of the Turkish army and leave TCs at the mercy of a GC state. No way we will not allow this to happen until a solution is found. So GCs would be better off finding a solution with us and not pursuing other plans to weaken the TC community hand and reduce them into a position where they would have to live in a GC state.
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Postby bg_turk » Fri Nov 03, 2006 11:09 pm

For your information Piratis, Turkey is already a priviliged partner of the EU. It has a customs union with the EU and enjoys privileges and obligations that no other country outside the EU does.
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Postby bg_turk » Fri Nov 03, 2006 11:14 pm

pitsilos wrote:keep on thinking the world revolves around turkey and everything will be ok...

well atleast the roc tried to help turkey diffuse the situation between the EU and turkey and turkey refused, what else can i say?


The roc helped diffuse the tension between the EU and Turkey?! :lol: The roc is the very source of that tension.
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Postby Sotos » Sat Nov 04, 2006 12:44 am

bg_turk wrote:For your information Piratis, Turkey is already a priviliged partner of the EU. It has a customs union with the EU and enjoys privileges and obligations that no other country outside the EU does.


Because all the other other countries that had such partnership are members already ;) Cyprus also had a customs union with EU before.
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Postby zan » Sat Nov 04, 2006 1:25 am

Sotos wrote:
bg_turk wrote:For your information Piratis, Turkey is already a priviliged partner of the EU. It has a customs union with the EU and enjoys privileges and obligations that no other country outside the EU does.


Because all the other other countries that had such partnership are members already ;) Cyprus also had a customs union with EU before.


Good news then, Turkey is on the right track. :D
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Postby Sotos » Sat Nov 04, 2006 1:37 am

zan wrote:
Sotos wrote:
bg_turk wrote:For your information Piratis, Turkey is already a priviliged partner of the EU. It has a customs union with the EU and enjoys privileges and obligations that no other country outside the EU does.


Because all the other other countries that had such partnership are members already ;) Cyprus also had a customs union with EU before.


Good news then, Turkey is on the right track. :D


Thats why they call it a "train crash" ;)
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Postby zan » Sat Nov 04, 2006 1:48 am

Sotos wrote:
zan wrote:
Sotos wrote:
bg_turk wrote:For your information Piratis, Turkey is already a priviliged partner of the EU. It has a customs union with the EU and enjoys privileges and obligations that no other country outside the EU does.


Because all the other other countries that had such partnership are members already ;) Cyprus also had a customs union with EU before.


Good news then, Turkey is on the right track. :D


Thats why they call it a "train crash" ;)


I like that. :lol:
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Postby pitsilos » Sat Nov 04, 2006 2:00 am

bg_turk wrote:
pitsilos wrote:keep on thinking the world revolves around turkey and everything will be ok...

well atleast the roc tried to help turkey diffuse the situation between the EU and turkey and turkey refused, what else can i say?


The roc helped diffuse the tension between the EU and Turkey?! :lol: The roc is the very source of that tension.

can you elaborate on the above? try doing so without the use of blinkers :lol:
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