The leader of the Turkish Cypriot community, speaking to the Turkish Cypriot press, acknowledged that Turkey is interfering in the internal affairs of the Turkish Cypriot community. In a new statement, Ersin Tatar said that Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlüt Çavuşoλουlu might visit the occupied territories on May 30th. He also mentioned the possibility of operating a new roadblock.
“There have been interventions (inside the Turkish Cypriots) for years,” Ersin Tatar was quoted as saying by Cyprus Posti, who added: “We do not know how Mehmet Ali Talat was elected during the Annan Plan. ; Talat himself never said that 'if I were in Turkey, I would vote for the AKP'? “.
Cyprus and new roadblock
Mr. Tatar referred to the Cyprus issue, claiming that “the Greek Cypriots can not digest the Turkish Cypriots” and added the following: “Turkey will never abandon the policy of the two states. (And this is because otherwise) In case there is a federal solution, Turkey will completely withdraw from Cyprus “.
In the context of his reference to the Cyprus issue, Mr. Tatar touched and the possibility of the operation of a new roadblock, claiming that “the Greek Cypriot side does not agree with the operation of a roadblock at the Paphos gate. (However) the possibility of the operation of the roadblock in One Mile is being evaluated “.
It is noted that Mr. Tatar once again disagreed with the anti-occupation banners and slogans circulated in the previous days in the occupied territories, claiming that “a rule of law can not tolerate such abuses.”
The ongoing crisis
The Turkish leader also focused on the ongoing economic crisis, stating that” with the pandemic, tourism shrank by 80 percent one hundred and higher education to shrink by 60 percent. State revenues have collapsed. The Ukraine-Russia war has brought precision. “Nevertheless, there is the support of Turkey and a steady flow of money.”
(KL), who previously decided to leave the “parliament”, to continue their duties in the “parliament” and disagreed with the idea of early “parliamentary elections”. He also supported the transfer of electricity from Anatolia to Turkey by submarine cable.