The British High Commissioner to Cyprus, Steven Lilly, reaffirmed Britain's position on a solution to the Cyprus problem on the basis of a bi-zonal bi-communal federation with political equality, while saying that his country will contribute to the informal five-party system with new ideas to find an audience.
Mr. Lily met with the President of the Republican Turkish Party, Tufan Erciurman, and the Secretary of Foreign Affairs of the party, Fikri Toros, on Tuesday in the occupied territories to discuss the informal five-party conference to be held in Geneva.
According to an announcement by RTK, Mr. Lily reaffirmed Britain's position for a solution to the Cyprus problem on the basis of a bi-zonal bi-zonal federation with political equality, which is in line with all relevant resolutions and UN parameters.
The High Commissioner added that the UK's delegation would make a special effort to achieve a five-party solution, while contributing to the meeting with new ideas to find common ground, which could pave the way for negotiations. results-oriented.
They also discussed the issue of trafficking of British citizens, who visit the island after Brexit, while exchanging information in relation to the new data on the Green Line Regulation.