President Mustafa Akinci has sent a report as requested by the UN Security Council, detailing steps taken by the Turkish Cypriot side to progress the Cyprus talks. President Nicos Anastasiades has also submitted his own report ahead of the informal tripartite summit to be held in Berlin on November 25.
According to Akinci’s spokesman Barış Burcu, President Akinci prepared a report that “detailed the steps and actions taken by the Turkish Cypriot side aimed at finding a comprehensive and sustainable solution to the Cyprus problem, in accordance with the request made by the United Nations Security Council on the 25th of July 2019”.
The report which comprises three main sections contains the concrete steps taken by the Turkish Cypriot side since 2015, all of which were aimed at obtaining a sustainable and comprehensive solution in Cyprus.
“It also contained the confidence building measures taken by the Turkish Cypriot side that aimed at developing trust between the two peoples on the island and the proposals put forward by the Turkish Cypriot side that were aimed at decreasing tensions on the hydrocarbons issue”, said Burcu.