Official: Turkiye will raise the Aegean islands’ power issue on the off chance that Greece doesn’t quit equipping them

Turkish Vice President Fuat Oktay has cautioned that in the event that Greece doesn’t quit furnishing the Aegean islands, the islands’ power issue will be raised for conversation inside the system of global regulation and arrangements.

This came during a joint question and answer session held yesterday with Ersin Tatar, leader of Northern Cyprus, in the capital, Lefkosa. Oktay made sense that the assertions of Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis seven days prior about Cyprus and the Aegean islands are a reasonable infringement of peace accords.

He focused on that Turkiye connects extraordinary significance to the dependability of the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus and the reinforcement of every one of its establishments and associations.

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The Turkish authority added that Turkish Cypriots have been a significant part of the island for many years. He added that they have obviously shown their will for the two-state arrangement and their help for President Tatar.

Oktay decried the worldwide local area’s situation as “one-sided” towards the Greek Cypriot side. He additionally focused on that Turkiye will keep on assuming its part in supporting and creating Northern Cyprus in the political, social, and monetary fields.

Beginning around 1974, Cyprus has been separated into two sections. The northern part is upheld by Turkiye while the southern part is upheld by Greece. In 2004 the Greek Cypriots dismissed an arrangement introduced by the United Nations to bring together the two pieces of the island. Since the breakdown of the UN-supported Cyprus reunification talks in Switzerland in July 2017, no conventional UN-expedited discussions have occurred to resolve the question.

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