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Well,Cyprus Is Now An EU Member

Postby PEACE » Sun May 02, 2004 1:02 pm

:arrow: Cyprus is a complete EU member now!
I wonder what you expect from EU about Cyprus Problem...

:arrow: EU will make the solution easy or it'll make Cyprus to be seperated into two...

:arrow: Do you think EU is an advantage in further negotations against Turkish Cypriots?

:arrow: What will be the effect of EU to further negotations?
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Postby Piratis » Mon May 03, 2004 8:52 pm

I wonder what you expect from EU about Cyprus Problem...

From EU nothing. But Cyprus as a memeber of EU is more powerful than before and can achieve a better deal.

EU will make the solution easy or it'll make Cyprus to be seperated into two...


It will make solution easier but not easy.

Do you think EU is an advantage in further negotations against Turkish Cypriots?


There is nothing against TC. It is an advantage for a better solution.

What will be the effect of EU to further negotations?


It depends on what will happen with Turkey in December.
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Postby Tatiana » Mon May 24, 2004 9:16 pm

And what about other problems, guys, related to EU joining ?... what they now say is that EU accession will leave local vegetable and fruit producers in a terrible condition, i.e. completely bankrupt, because local agriculturists produce low-quality products which cannot compete with imported fruit and vegetables which are going to be cheaper, therefore without absolute support of the government (which is doubtful given growing budget deficit) local producers will all have to search for jobs !!!
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Postby X-ite » Tue Jul 13, 2004 5:56 pm

From EU nothing. But Cyprus as a memeber of EU is more powerful than before and can achieve a better deal.


In some ways it's true but the referrendum was a diplomatic defeat for us, and we are not in a much stronger bargaining position...

I think what will really act as a catalyst is if Turkey gets a date from the EU. Turkey will have to comply with EU rules otherwise it will not accede.It will have to remove all its troops from Cyprus and the solution will be more "European", respecting human rights etc
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