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Re: The Talks In Geneva

Postby repulsewarrior » Sat May 01, 2021 4:33 pm

...and i see two sides.

One that fundamentally see Cypriots as Cypriots, and the other split as "Greeks" and "Turks".

...why dismiss "being" Cypriot?
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Re: The Talks In Geneva

Postby Nikitas » Tue May 04, 2021 1:29 pm

Two states means that the TCs will relinquish all claims to the south, inluding the EEZ of the south.

It also brings up a historic first, a truly independent GC state, totally free to enter into any agreement (defence, cooperation etc) with any nation it choses, and that includes union with any other state.

Tatar realises the implications of the above that is why he mentioned a post separation deal between the two states that he proposes. In other words he wants to play it each way, get an independent state for TCs and a perpetually bound state for the GCs.

And as always we heard what the TC side wants to get, but never what it wants to give in exchange. Like those territorial maps Akkinci submitted that were super confidential and never made public.

If the GC side had any intelligence at all, and any sense of geopolitics it would jump at the chance offered by Tata provided that the territorial issue was suitably settled.
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Re: The Talks In Geneva

Postby Nikitas » Tue May 04, 2021 1:36 pm

Are there any TCs that believe that if the two state deal comes through there will be a ceremony in which the mainland Turks will hand over all power to the TCs, withdraw their troops, since they will be no longer needed, and just move back to Turkey?

Hands up, don't be shy to show your gullibility.
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