Presidency of the TRNC: the Greek Cypriot side violates diplomatic ethical rules

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In a written statement from the Presidency, the Special Representative of the UN Secretary-General and Head of Mission of the UN Peacekeeping Force Elizabeth Spehar called President Ersin Tatar on the phone and was considering inviting Secretary General Antonio Guterres at a possible trilateral meeting in New York on September 27 has been declared.

In the statement, it was noted that Tatar informed Spehar that he could attend an informal tripartite meeting with Greek Cypriot leader Nikos Anastasiades, if officially invited by the secretary general.


In the statement, which stated that the Greek Cypriot administration was pursuing political maneuvers, “Greek Cypriot leaders, who immediately disclosed the consultations made by UN officials in the form of pulse tests without an official invitation to the parties, have shown once again that their true intention is to create a political maneuver and image, as well as a violation of diplomatic ethics. He’s breaking the rules. »Statements have been included.

In the statement, it was stated that, if officially invited by the Secretary-General, President Tatar would attend this informal tripartite meeting with goodwill and constructive understanding, based on the proposal and the new vision ( a two-state solution based on the sovereign equality of Cyprus) which was put on the table in Geneva as a Turkish Cypriot side.

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