Δευτέρα 27 Σεπτεμβρίου 2021
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Cyprus Problem

EU foreign policy chief Josep Borrell: Condemnation without consequences in statement on Erdogan’s opening of Varosha
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EU foreign policy chief Josep Borrell: Condemnation without consequences in statement on Erdogan’s opening of Varosha

EU summits over the last year have consistently postponed imposing sanctions against Turkey over its violations of international law in Cyprus’ EEZ, the Aegean, and the Eastern Mediterranean, ostensibly in an effort normalise Greek-Turkish relations.

Editorial To Vima: The other road for the Cyprus problem
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Editorial To Vima: The other road for the Cyprus problem

Hellenism must pursue the broadest possible international mobilisation. It must seek greater EU involvement. It must utilise to the greatest possible extent US pressure on Turkey, and of course it must come up with new positions and proposals.

The second Turkish ‘invasion’ of Cyprus
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The second Turkish ‘invasion’ of Cyprus

Ankara knows all too well that it will not suffer sanctions from the EU, due to Berlin’s stance on the migration problem, or from the US, due to Turkey’s important geostrategic position.

Cyprus settlement efforts at a critical juncture
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Cyprus settlement efforts at a critical juncture

We must rise to the occasion and undertake persuasive initiatives. Essentially, we must choose between a solution that establishes a federation and the permanent partition of Cyprus.

Editorial Ta Nea: Equation
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Editorial Ta Nea: Equation

In Turkey, his sacking of his son-in-law and finance minister, Berat Albayrak, showS that Edogan will not hesitate to sacrifice even family members in order to stay in power.