Eroglu unhappy about territorial issues

President Eroglu has said that the proposals forwarded by the Greek Cypriot side on the issues of property and territory currently under discussion in the Cyprus negotiations, did not sound good, Turkish Cypriot daily ‘Realist’ reports.

The president, addressing an opening ceremony of a fire brigade station at Iskele village said that when the negotiations began in 1968, some solutions which satisfied the Turkish Cypriots had been suggested but owing to the attitude of the Greek Cypriots, no agreement could be reached.

Eroglu went on to say that the important thing is to defend the TRNC state. He claimed that every nail driven in North Cyprus “shows the permanency of the Turkish Cypriots on these lands and their rightfulness”.

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