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The goal of Ioannis Kasoulidis when he is in Brussels next Monday to meet with Josep Borrell and other foreign ministers will be very specific. To present to them the MOE proposed by the Cypriot Government and to ask them to support them in practice. & Nbsp;

In addition to the meeting with the High Representative of the European Union, the Foreign Minister will see his counterparts from Italy and Germany. The three interlocutors of Ioannis Kasoulidis were among those who had a strong opinion that Cyprus should consider confidence-building measures and stop insisting on measures against Turkey. & Nbsp;

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The representative of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Dimitris Dimitriou (speaking to KYPE) stated that I. Kasoulidis will raise the issue of the MOE during the bilateral meetings he will have with the EU High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy, Josep Borel, and with the Foreign Ministers of Italy and Germany, Luigi di Maio, and Analena Berboc.

I. Kasoulidis will meet on Monday morning with Josep Borel. The meeting was arranged last month and is the first to take place since Mr. Kasoulides took office as Foreign Minister. According to Dimitris Dimitriou, the Kasoulidis-Borrell debate is expected to focus on issues related to the Common Foreign and Security Policy, issues that are in the focus of the Foreign Affairs Council, but also issues related to the Cyprus issue.

In this context, Mr. Kasoulides is expected to inform the High Representative of the Nicosia proposal for the MOE and to ask for EU support in this effort, which aims to regain lost trust and create mobility, with the aim of the creation of a good climate, an element necessary for the resumption of a new process of settlement of the Cyprus problem, he added. & nbsp;

It is recalled that the President of the Republic, Nikos Anastasiadis, has announced the presentation of a comprehensive proposal to the European Council the need for initiatives on the part of Europe for the solution of the Cyprus problem and for the adoption of substantial CMOs that will restore confidence and pave the way for a new creative dialogue.

The Foreign Minister had discussed, among other things, the issue of the MOE and in his contacts during his recent visit to the US, while the President of the Republic also discusses the issue during his contacts with heads of state and other officials.

Ioannis Kasoulidis will convey to his interlocutors the reactions recorded in the Turkish Cypriot community about the MOE proposed by the Greek Cypriot side. Particular emphasis will be placed on the positions of the Turkish Cypriot left, whose leaders call on the leadership of the occupying regime to accept the measures proposed by Nicosia, in order to start a dialogue on MOE that will help the Turkish Cypriot side emerge from the “isolation”. & nbsp;

Concerned by European Parliament

The European Parliament deplores the destabilizing role of Turkey and unequivocally condemns the illegal activities and threats of military action against Greece and Cyprus in the Eastern Mediterranean, as well as its newly declared illegal activities within their maritime zones.

< p>The references to Turkey are included in reports approved by the European Parliament in which MEPs call for a more effective EU foreign security policy and stronger defense capabilities. The European Parliament, according to its decisions, continues to express its deep concern at the increasingly dynamic foreign policy of the Turkish government, which is often at odds with the EU and its Member States. Recalls the long-standing deterioration of human rights and democracy, and notes that EU funding will be subject to conditions, including respect for the UN Charter, international law and European values.

resumption of dialogue to find sustainable solutions in the Eastern Mediterranean and recognizes that Turkey will continue to be a country of key strategic interest to the EU and that co-operation must be intensified in areas of common interest. Finally, it concludes that, at present, the prospect of Turkey's EU membership is unrealistic and stresses, therefore, that if the current negative trend is not reversed urgently and consistently, the Commission should propose the formal suspension of accession negotiations and a comprehensive, realistic review of the adequacy of the existing framework.

Source: www.philenews.com

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