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Re: latest round of talks

Postby Lordo » Mon Oct 14, 2019 11:01 pm

repulsewarrior wrote:...with the attention he is receiving from his comments on Syria, and with the elections coming in April, we will hear more from Akinci.

He has an excellent position to take Cyprus, Turkey, and the region in general to another level of politics, if he dares to denounce "Turkishness" (that it is no different to "Greekness") by recognising that the electorate he serves is not "Turkish", but Turkish.

...he just has to stand beside the Flag of Cyprus, (to confound Anastasiades) to win the support of all Cypriots, to give Hope to Turks not "Turks";
has he the courage?

he does not need to stand near any flag. just speak and simple truth. peace and dialog is better than war. erdogan is most upset with him now. of course when hdp in terggy said such things they ended up in jail.
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Re: latest round of talks

Postby Lordo » Sat Nov 02, 2019 2:29 pm

https://cyprus-mail.com/2019/11/02/security-council-briefing-on-cyprus-on-the-same-day-as-berlin-tripartite/

now this very interesting turn of events. i cannot believe i am reading this from a un anouncement.

Paragraph 15 of the resolution adopted last July says that the Security Council requests the Secretary-General to submit by 15 November 2019 a report on his Good Offices, in particular on progress towards reaching a consensus starting point for meaningful results-oriented negotiations leading to a settlement.


has anastasiades or erdogan uttered such words? like hell they did. so how come if akinci has to say what erdogan is thinking, he has been saying it since the collapse of the talks in crans-montana.

international opinion hase moved. and is going to move further. poor fanatic gcs honestly thy can't catch break can they.
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Re: latest round of talks

Postby repulsewarrior » Mon Nov 18, 2019 5:01 am

Moreover he said that public perception surveys have again demonstrated that the desire for a solution amongst the two communities continues to prevail, but that trust remains low. People are skeptical about the prospects for successful talks. Despite repeated calls on the two leaders to better inform the two communities about the contours of a settlement and to improve the overall conditions and atmosphere for the process, the climate has deteriorated further due to increased tensions in and around Cyprus and due to the sides disagreeing over the terms of reference, prolonging the stalemate.
Neither side has made sufficient effort to avoid unhelpful rhetoric which has further reinforced skepticism amongst the public, Guterres said.

https://www.brief.com.cy/english/unsg-d ... e-achieved
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Re: latest round of talks

Postby Lordo » Mon Nov 18, 2019 11:21 pm

what is it that elam boys get out of buring a tc flag? does it make them feel better. surely i don't mean to give them ideas but using it to wipe their arse is a worse insult. how much does it cost to buy a flag?
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Re: latest round of talks

Postby Lordo » Tue Nov 19, 2019 7:16 pm

this should go down well at the talks.

https://cyprus-mail.com/2019/11/19/movement-across-the-green-line-increases/

According to data revealed in parliament, 1,776,343 Greek Cypriots crossed to the north between January 1 and September 30, a 63 percent increase over the corresponding period of 2018 when only 658,741 Cypriots living in the south crossed.

A significant increase was also seen in vehicles owned or driven by Greek Cypriots crossing the line, with 928,221 over the same period compared to 309,374 in the first nine months of 2018.

so it seems the gcs are warming up to the idea of bbf.
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Re: latest round of talks

Postby Lordo » Fri Nov 22, 2019 12:46 pm

here is an exert from the un report.

UN Secretary-General pointed out in his recent report, public opinion surveys continue to show that the desire for a solution continues to prevail among the people of the island. A recent survey of 800 people by the prize-winning European Social Survey (ESS), one of the most respected social surveys in the world, showed that 72.4% of Greek Cypriots reject a two-state solution and more than six in ten said they could accept a bizonal bicommunal federation as a solution. The World Bank Pulse of Reunification survey published in May found that well over 60% of Turkish Cypriots found a bizonal bicommunal federation acceptable and well over 50% would vote Yes if a referendum were held tomorrow.

what exactly is anastasiades waiting for?
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Re: latest round of talks

Postby Maximus » Fri Nov 22, 2019 4:01 pm

such a stupid post.

what exactly is Akinci waiting for then Bordo?

This survey says that the majority of people from both sides of the divide want a BBF.....so what exactly is the problem Bordo?

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Re: latest round of talks

Postby repulsewarrior » Fri Nov 22, 2019 9:26 pm

...indeed, "big news", old news, you already dismissed the news you are crowing about, when i posted it.

...it is up to Akinci, he can lead Cypriots as a Turkish Constituency, or "Turks" by betraying the voters who are Cypriot and voted for him.
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Re: latest round of talks

Postby Lordo » Sun Nov 24, 2019 1:53 am

Maximus wrote:such a stupid post.

what exactly is Akinci waiting for then Bordo?

This survey says that the majority of people from both sides of the divide want a BBF.....so what exactly is the problem Bordo?

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you stupid idiot, have you not heard what anastasiades said to talat. he said the meetings are pointless. what the fak is akinci going to do.

when will you fakin grow up and demand the same from anastasiades that we have demanded from akinci.

here is a little report from sener elcil and peo general secretary talking about the meeting on monday demanding from both leaders to make the effort for a positive results

https://www.facebook.com/yeniduzen.kibris/videos/717432155408286/UzpfSTEwMDAzNjYyMjkwMzAxNToxNTIxOTk0NzYwMTA4MTU/
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Re: latest round of talks

Postby Lordo » Sun Nov 24, 2019 1:55 am

repulsewarrior wrote:...indeed, "big news", old news, you already dismissed the news you are crowing about, when i posted it.

...it is up to Akinci, he can lead Cypriots as a Turkish Constituency, or "Turks" by betraying the voters who are Cypriot and voted for him.

you seem not to be unaware of the fact that anastiasdes has told talat the talks are pointless. i am afraid you cannot tango all on your tod rw.
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