Hollande hopes for resumed Cyprus talks

Oct 26, 2012 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: The Cyprus Weekly

French President FranA ois Hollande has expressed his wish to see the Greek Cypriot and the Turkish Cypriot sides return to the negotiating table, to find a political settlement in line with international law.

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G/C community not want solve for the cyprus problem and not follow eu-nato politic.

G/C is problem for EU.

EU need to throw out G/C.
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Hollande says Turkish troops in Cyprus are the "problem", my sources tell me he has offered the ROC military support if and when required.
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Hollande says Turkish troops in Cyprus are the "problem", my sources tell me he has offered the ROC military support if and when required.
Hahahaha why do you make your self look and sound stupid.
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Hollande says Turkish troops in Cyprus are the "problem", my sources tell me he has offered the ROC military support if and when required.
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Now bending over to Frogs?
Re bello gavur watch out big bad turk is coming to get you, and he hasn't got any condoms either.

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Hollande says Turkish troops in Cyprus are the "problem", my sources tell me he has offered the ROC military support if and when required.
1.UN guarantee for safety of Cyprus. Not need France mix.

2.Turkish army in north damage the status of TRNC. TRNC without Turkish army, could ask to join EU direct, even without solution of Cyprus problem. But now can't to ask, because Turkish army mean that is not independent country, but part of Turkey. So, if Turkish army not go out from the north, TRNC need to wait first Turkey to join EU, and after to solve Cyprus problem to join EU.
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Hahahaha why do you make your self look and sound stupid.
Ask the French.
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Now bending over to Frogs?
Re bello gavur watch out big bad turk is coming to get you, and he hasn't got any condoms either.
France would be a much better neighbour to have compared to Turkey, even Turks would have to agree with this one?
chity chity bang bang

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Hollande says Turkish troops in Cyprus are the "problem", my sources tell me he has offered the ROC military support if and when required.
WHO IS YOUR RESOURCES???
A BELGIUN BOYFRIEND MAYBE??
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Hollande says Turkish troops in Cyprus are the "problem", my sources tell me he has offered the ROC military support if and when required.
Who your "sources", you wanker?

James Bond, Austin Powers..????

So France will start a fight with Turkey to sort out Cyprus?

France are in NATO just like Turkey, you plank.

Ooh here's a rumour, from my sources.

Greeks will do a honest day's work.

I think a Franco-Turkey war is more likely than that.
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Who your "sources", you wanker?
James Bond, Austin Powers..????
So France will start a fight with Turkey to sort out Cyprus?
France are in NATO just like Turkey, you plank.
Ooh here's a rumour, from my sources.
Greeks will do a honest day's work.
I think a Franco-Turkey war is more likely than that.
My sources are my business, and allow me to re-affirm that France is itching to sort Turkey out once and for all. My sources also reveal that Russia wants first crack at Turkey, the French aren't happy. When did you get out of rehab?
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<quoted text>My sources are my business, and allow me to re-affirm that France is itching to sort Turkey out once and for all. My sources also reveal that Russia wants first crack at Turkey, the French aren't happy. When did you get out of rehab?
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Re Bello Gavur, FROGs got just as much as BOTTLE as GREEKS.
1920 French was the first to say I am leaving Anatolia without getting involved with Young Turks.
Greeks decided to stay the course and we all know what happened to them in IZMIR.
Swim back to Greece. Remember?
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<quoted text>My sources are my business, and allow me to re-affirm that France is itching to sort Turkey out once and for all. My sources also reveal that Russia wants first crack at Turkey, the French aren't happy. When did you get out of rehab?
You Greeks live in dreamland.

Go do a day's work, you freeloading wanker and stain on humanity.
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Re Bello Gavur, FROGs got just as much as BOTTLE as GREEKS.
1920 French was the first to say I am leaving Anatolia without getting involved with Young Turks.
Greeks decided to stay the course and we all know what happened to them in IZMIR.
Swim back to Greece. Remember?
Yes, the French had more important things on their mind than Turks, but things have changed as you know it's 2012. The Russians will be taking the Dardenelles and the Bosphorous, the French want the coastline, the rest is for the Greeks, sorry
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You Greeks live in dreamland.
Go do a day's work, you freeloading wanker and stain on humanity.
Quote"We're here to make money, not work" unquote
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I am inviting you to Turkish Hamam in Istanbul, You will get first class service, but my advise to you is take few pain killers.
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<quoted text>Yes, the French had more important things on their mind than Turks, but things have changed as you know it's 2012. The Russians will be taking the Dardenelles and the Bosphorous, the French want the coastline, the rest is for the Greeks, sorry
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I am inviting you to Turkish Hamam in Istanbul, You will get first class service, but my advise to you is take few pain killers.
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I am inviting you to Turkish Hamam in Istanbul, You will get first class service, but my advise to you is take few pain killers.
I should also mention that Israel and Syria have insisted on being involved with France and Russia. I'll keep you informed and will let you know when I'm coming to Turkey, the Haman sounds good, what is a Haman?
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<quoted text>I should also mention that Israel and Syria have insisted on being involved with France and Russia. I'll keep you informed and will let you know when I'm coming to Turkey, the Haman sounds good, what is a Haman?
the hamam use to be a place where greeks use to scrub turks backs and give them service but hey just ask your ancestors they will tell you
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the hamam use to be a place where greeks use to scrub turks backs and give them service but hey just ask your ancestors they will tell you
yes you are right .after they scratch their backs the vaseline their asses and you know the rest,Greek style bang love in a turkish hamam sounds great to me .chity chity bang bang bang bang/.
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<quoted text>I should also mention that Israel and Syria have insisted on being involved with France and Russia. I'll keep you informed and will let you know when I'm coming to Turkey, the Haman sounds good, what is a Haman?
themistokli if you want to know what is a hamam read my post above .

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