Turkish Cypriots: Crisis could delay settlement

Mar 27, 2013 Full story: Lexington Herald-Leader 41

With all attention focused on pulling Cyprus out of the economic quagmire it is in, the Greek Cypriot president, Nicos Anastasiades, might end up having to devote less time to restarting stalled peace talks, Dervis Eroglu told The Associated Press in an interview in his office in northern Nicosia.

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cat gc

London, UK

#1 Mar 28, 2013
good let the turks suffer its their turn now trying to steal everything from us
Do Not Curse

Lytham, UK

#2 Mar 28, 2013
cat gc wrote:
good let the turks suffer its their turn now trying to steal everything from us
I Dont Think its wise to curse "Others" looking at your own people The Greek Cypriots

Turkish cypriots Have been isolated For Many Year In
The Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus .... Becouse of The Greek Cypriot Goverment...

We was also Poor Once Like you Greeks Are Now
Now For Many Years
You Now Have some idea What It Feels Like To be Poor And Be Isolated
With No other countries Taking You Serous ...

But with All The Above Said I realy Do Hope It Works Out
For the Best For The Greek Cypriots
John christian

Ede, Netherlands

#4 Mar 28, 2013
In the EU we now realise the big mistake we made by letting the greec cypriot in the Eu. Blackmailing , lies, corrupcy and steeling is part of the great greec/cypriotic culture.
Instead of working to solve their problems you allmade the deal with Russia and become a paradise for black money. And now we have to save your ase for your habits. I sincerly hope a bankrupcy willfollow and you leave the EU. Now we pay dear tax money for your mistakes. Look to the Turkish site and learn what can be achieved by workin hard. Dont come with the Turcs are enemies, with dont believe it cause they proved to be honest hardworking and really seeking a solution to the conflict by voting yes to the Annan plan. I hope the island will be divided and the Turkish cypriots will join and recognized by the rest f the world. Contemination with the greecsite will be funest for the hole Island. No offence.
CYPRUS

Portland, OR

#5 Mar 29, 2013
John christian wrote:
In the EU we now realise the big mistake we made by letting the greec cypriot in the Eu. Blackmailing , lies, corrupcy and steeling is part of the great greec/cypriotic culture.
Instead of working to solve their problems you allmade the deal with Russia and become a paradise for black money. And now we have to save your ase for your habits. I sincerly hope a bankrupcy willfollow and you leave the EU. Now we pay dear tax money for your mistakes. Look to the Turkish site and learn what can be achieved by workin hard. Dont come with the Turcs are enemies, with dont believe it cause they proved to be honest hardworking and really seeking a solution to the conflict by voting yes to the Annan plan. I hope the island will be divided and the Turkish cypriots will join and recognized by the rest f the world. Contemination with the greecsite will be funest for the hole Island. No offence.
NICE TRY "john Christian" aka Muhammed Dervish Mehmet.

Turkey BRUTALLY INVADED the Republic of Cyprus in 1974.
Turks raped, killed and stolen people's properties.

NO MATTER what's happening (euro crisis, cyprus banks, etc) the FACT REMAINS that the R of C is facing an illegal Occupation by the barbarians. END of STORY.

It's time for the billions of turks to get the fuxx out of Cyprus.

have a "nice day" christian.... lol

Since: Sep 09

ISTANBUL

#6 Mar 30, 2013
CYPRUS wrote:
<quoted text>
Turkey BRUTALLY INVADED the Republic of Cyprus in 1974.
T
Brutally invaded?

heheheheeh

Here is a test for you ;

TEST for the dummies:)))

1.Who tried to make a coupe d'etat against the legal President Makarios in 1974?

a)Cylons
b)Disney World
c)Greek Junta+Nicos Sampson the ripper

2.Who were the Gaurantor countries of the Cyprus
independent state which was fromed with London/Zurich agreements in 1960?

a)Dart wader,Mickey Mouse,Donald Duck
b)Aborgines,eskimos and Afganistan
c)Turkey,UK,Greece

3.Why Turkish army went to Cyprus to intervent in 1974?

a)Summers are beautiful in Cyprus
b)Turks were very happy to be killed by the Greek cypriots
c)To save Turks as a guarantor country

4.Did Turkey warnGreek junta and UK Government before the intervention?

a)No they have warned Kolonaki bars to stop drinking
b)No Turks warned the girls in Aia Nappa larnaca
c)yes but both countries slept on their ears

the Athens court of appeal, in its decision of March 21, 1979, Greek Court of Cassation (in case no. 2658/79)held that Turkey's intervention in Cyprus was legal according to Zurich and London treaties in 1960 which were signed by Greece/Turkey/UK
CYPRUS

Portland, OR

#7 Apr 1, 2013
OguzTolga wrote:
<quoted text>
Brutally invaded?
heheheheeh
Here is a test for you ;
TEST for the dummies:)))
1.Who tried to make a coupe d'etat against the legal President Makarios in 1974?
a)Cylons
b)Disney World
c)Greek Junta+Nicos Sampson the ripper
2.Who were the Gaurantor countries of the Cyprus
independent state which was fromed with London/Zurich agreements in 1960?
a)Dart wader,Mickey Mouse,Donald Duck
b)Aborgines,eskimos and Afganistan
c)Turkey,UK,Greece
3.Why Turkish army went to Cyprus to intervent in 1974?
a)Summers are beautiful in Cyprus
b)Turks were very happy to be killed by the Greek cypriots
c)To save Turks as a guarantor country
4.Did Turkey warnGreek junta and UK Government before the intervention?
a)No they have warned Kolonaki bars to stop drinking
b)No Turks warned the girls in Aia Nappa larnaca
c)yes but both countries slept on their ears
the Athens court of appeal, in its decision of March 21, 1979, Greek Court of Cassation (in case no. 2658/79)held that Turkey's intervention in Cyprus was legal according to Zurich and London treaties in 1960 which were signed by Greece/Turkey/UK
You are an IDIOT of Biblical proportions.
...You are leaving everything out and copying what is in your interest and helping your department of propaganda.
You are a CRIMINAL and a BARBARIAN.
Get the fuxx out of Cyprus.

http://books.google.com/books...

Since: Sep 09

ISTANBUL

#8 Apr 1, 2013
CYPRUS wrote:
<quoted text>
Turkey’s intervention in Cyprus is legal

Turkey’s July 20, 1974 intervention on Cyprus was legal, say the Athens Court of Appeals and the Council of Europe.

The Council of Europe adopted Resolution 573 on July 29, 1974 on this particular case, stating that Turkey’s intervention on Cyprus was a legitimate act emanating from the Treaty of Guarantee, Part IV.

The historical decision of the Athens Court of Appeals, No. 2658/79, dates back to March 21, 1979.

On July 15, 1974, the junta ruling Greece implemented a coup d’etat on Cyprus, overthrowing the elected government of President Makarios, which had been in control since the independence of the Republic of Cyprus in 1960. On July 20 of the same year Turkey staged a military intervention to reverse the coup.

Turkey’s action was perfectly legitimate and understandable.

It was in fact a duty, stationed by the 1960 Constitution of the Republic of Cyprus; in Part IV of the Treaty of Guarantee, which forms part of the constitution. Cyprus was saved from being annexed by Greece and the Turkish Cypriots freed from Greek oppression.

During the 1960s and 1970s, the Western world only watched as the Turkish Cypriots were being massacred by their Greek Cypriot neighbors, with the aid of Greece, in a systematic campaign of ethnic cleansing, and did nothing.

The splitting of Cyprus into two ethnically homogeneous, self-governing states was not achieved by the Turkish military intervention in 1974, as is commonly believed, but by Makarios and Georgios Grivas a decade earlier in 1963.

All that the Turkish intervention of 1974 accomplished was to consolidate Turkish Cypriot enclaves into a unified Turkish Cypriot zone in Northern Cyprus and to save their lives.

Of all the nations in the world only Turkey had the humanity to save what was left of the Turkish Cypriot population after years of ethnic cleansing in 1974, and only Turkey now stands for justice in Cyprus.

Under the provisions of the 1960 Treaty of Guarantee which provided that the Hellenic Republic, Turkey and United Kingdom would ensure the independence and sovereignty of the Republic of Cyprus, it was Turkey’s legal duty to take unilateral military action purportedly to restore constitutional order.

The Turkish intervention was perfectly legal according to the Treaty of Guarantee of 1960. Its legality has even been acknowledged by the Standing Committee of the Consultative Assembly of the Council of Europe in a resolution dated July 29, 1979, and by the Athens Court of Appeals in a decision dated March 21, 1979.

Sampson admitted that he was just about to proclaim enosis (union of Cyprus with Greece) when the Turkish intervention occurred (Cyprus Mail, July 17, 1975).

A father of one of the Greek commandos sent to Cyprus by the Greek junta in July 1974 to fight against Turkish Cypriots and Turkish troops who was shot down by Greek Cypriot National Guard members, filed a case against the Greek government for compensation in December 1976.

The Court of Athens ruled in favor of the father and ordered reasonable compensation to be paid by the Department of the Treasury of the Greek Ministry of Finance.

The Ministry of Finance objected to the decision of the Court of Athens and appealed to the Athens Court of Appeals for a cancellation of this order.

But unexpectedly the Supreme Court decided in favor of the father again and confirmed the decision of the Court of Athens.

The first paragraphs of the justification of the Athens Court of Appeals explains in detail the 1960 Constitution of the Republic of Cyprus, Part IV of the Treaty of Guarantee, the rights of Turkey, the coup d’etat organized by the Greek junta against Makarios and the improper behavior of Gen. Phaedon Gizikis, the head of Greece’s junta government in 1974.

The very last paragraph clearly highlights the legitimacy of the Turkish intervention on Cyprus.
CYPRUS

Portland, OR

#9 Apr 1, 2013
OguzTolga wrote:
<quoted text>

The splitting of Cyprus into two ethnically homogeneous, self-governing states was not achieved by the Turkish military intervention in 1974, as is commonly believed, but by Makarios and Georgios Grivas a decade earlier in 1963.
All that the Turkish intervention of 1974 accomplished was to consolidate Turkish Cypriot enclaves into a unified Turkish Cypriot zone in Northern Cyprus and to save their lives.
Of all the nations in the world only Turkey had the humanity to save what was left of the Turkish Cypriot population after years of ethnic cleansing in 1974, and only Turkey now stands for justice in Cyprus.
Under the provisions of the 1960 Treaty of Guarantee which provided that the Hellenic Republic, Turkey and United Kingdom would ensure the independence and sovereignty of the Republic of Cyprus, it was Turkey’s legal duty to take unilateral military action purportedly to restore constitutional order.
The Turkish intervention was perfectly legal according to the Treaty of Guarantee of 1960. Its legality has even been acknowledged by the Standing Committee of the Consultative Assembly of the Council of Europe in a resolution dated July 29, 1979, and by the Athens Court of Appeals in a decision dated March 21, 1979.
Sampson admitted that he was just about to proclaim enosis (union of Cyprus with Greece) when the Turkish intervention occurred (Cyprus Mail, July 17, 1975).
A father of one of the Greek commandos sent to Cyprus by the Greek junta in July 1974 to fight against Turkish Cypriots and Turkish troops who was shot down by Greek Cypriot National Guard members, filed a case against the Greek government for compensation in December 1976.
The Court of Athens ruled in favor of the father and ordered reasonable compensation to be paid by the Department of the Treasury of the Greek Ministry of Finance.
The Ministry of Finance objected to the decision of the Court of Athens and appealed to the Athens Court of Appeals for a cancellation of this order.
But unexpectedly the Supreme Court decided in favor of the father again and confirmed the decision of the Court of Athens.
The first paragraphs of the justification of the Athens Court of Appeals explains in detail the 1960 Constitution of the Republic of Cyprus, Part IV of the Treaty of Guarantee, the rights of Turkey, the coup d’etat organized by the Greek junta against Makarios and the improper behavior of Gen. Phaedon Gizikis, the head of Greece’s junta government in 1974.
The very last paragraph clearly highlights the legitimacy of the Turkish intervention on Cyprus.
Let's see how "smart" you are?
why did turkey INVADED Cyprus on July 15, 1974?
CYPRUS

Portland, OR

#10 Apr 1, 2013
HINT...."i know you can use the help"...
it's ok..

The United Nations Security Council has challenged the legality of Turkey's action, because Article Four of the Treaty of Guarantee gives the right to guarantors to take action with the sole aim of re-establishing the state of affairs.[54] The aftermath of Turkey's invasion, however, did not safeguard the Republic's sovereignty and territorial integrity, but had the opposite effect: the de facto partition of the Republic and the creation of a separate political entity in the north. On 13 February 1975, Turkey declared the occupied areas of the Republic of Cyprus to be a "Federated Turkish State", to the universal condemnation of the international community (see UN Security Council Resolution 367(1975)).[55] The United Nations recognizes the sovereignty of the Republic of Cyprus according to the terms of its independence in 1960. The conflict continues to affect Turkey's relations with Cyprus, Greece, and the European Unio

Since: Sep 09

ISTANBUL

#12 Apr 1, 2013
CYPRUS wrote:
<quoted text>
Let's see how "smart" you are?
why did turkey INVADED Cyprus on July 15, 1974?
invaded?

heheheheeh

Here is a test for you ;

TEST for the dummies:)))

1.Who tried to make a coupe d'etat against the legal President Makarios in 1974?

a)Cylons
b)Disney World
c)Greek Junta+Nicos Sampson the ripper

2.Who were the Gaurantor countries of the Cyprus
independent state which was fromed with London/Zurich agreements in 1960?

a)Dart wader,Mickey Mouse,Donald Duck
b)Aborgines,eskimos and Afganistan
c)Turkey,UK,Greece

3.Why Turkish army went to Cyprus to intervent in 1974?

a)Summers are beautiful in Cyprus
b)Turks were very happy to be killed by the Greek cypriots
c)To save Turks as a guarantor country

4.Did Turkey warn Greek junta and UK Government before the intervention?

a)No they have warned Kolonaki bars to stop drinking
b)No Turks warned the girls in Aia Nappa larnaca
c)yes but both countries slept on their ears

S
lololWIT ogios tisolgas

Collierville, TN

#13 Apr 1, 2013
OguzTolga wrote:
<quoted text>
invaded?
heheheheeh
Here is a test for you ;
TEST for the dummies:)))
1.Who tried to make a coupe d'etat against the legal President Makarios in 1974?
a)Cylons
b)Disney World
c)Greek Junta+Nicos Sampson the ripper
2.Who were the Gaurantor countries of the Cyprus
independent state which was fromed with London/Zurich agreements in 1960?
a)Dart wader,Mickey Mouse,Donald Duck
b)Aborgines,eskimos and Afganistan
c)Turkey,UK,Greece
3.Why Turkish army went to Cyprus to intervent in 1974?
a)Summers are beautiful in Cyprus
b)Turks were very happy to be killed by the Greek cypriots
c)To save Turks as a guarantor country
4.Did Turkey warn Greek junta and UK Government before the intervention?
a)No they have warned Kolonaki bars to stop drinking
b)No Turks warned the girls in Aia Nappa larnaca
c)yes but both countries slept on their ears
S
1.d) nato-- 2.d)nato ----3.d)to kill turkishcypriots 5 days later because greekcypriots were not killing turkishcypriots -----4.d) warn for what?????- there was no greek or british air force navy or army invading cyprus only turkish airforce navy and army invading cyprus NOT INTERVENING in cyprus but ETHNICALLY CLEANSING as confirmed by INTERNATIONAL COURTS,,,,,,,
well

Hamilton, Canada

#14 Apr 1, 2013
Turkish Cypriots should buy the rest of Cyprus.
not many

Collierville, TN

#15 Apr 1, 2013
well wrote:
Turkish Cypriots should buy the rest of Cyprus.
not many turkishcypriots left after turkey invade cyprus in 1974 ..........
CYPRUS

Portland, OR

#16 Apr 1, 2013
OguzTolga wrote:
<quoted text>
invaded?
heheheheeh
Here is a test for you ;
TEST for the dummies:)))
1.Who tried to make a coupe d'etat against the legal President Makarios in 1974?
a)Cylons
b)Disney World
c)Greek Junta+Nicos Sampson the ripper
2.Who were the Gaurantor countries of the Cyprus
independent state which was fromed with London/Zurich agreements in 1960?
a)Dart wader,Mickey Mouse,Donald Duck
b)Aborgines,eskimos and Afganistan
c)Turkey,UK,Greece
3.Why Turkish army went to Cyprus to intervent in 1974?
a)Summers are beautiful in Cyprus
b)Turks were very happy to be killed by the Greek cypriots
c)To save Turks as a guarantor country
4.Did Turkey warn Greek junta and UK Government before the intervention?
a)No they have warned Kolonaki bars to stop drinking
b)No Turks warned the girls in Aia Nappa larnaca
c)yes but both countries slept on their ears
S
You can cut the crap anytime now....
I will answer your questions as long as you get off the mythical land that you are on.... OR stay away from the hasis.

1. The RoC was attacked by Henry Kissinger/CIA/Greek Junta.

2. Greece, Turkey and England.

3. Turkey INVADED the RoC on July 20, 1974 WITHOUT consent from Greece and England. The turkish reason "to restore Makarios and the legitimate government of Cyprus and safeguard the Cypriots"...
The real turkish reason is to ANNEX Cyprus to Turkey.

4. That is a load of BS. If by telling people that you are going to INVADE that somehow makes it legitimate you are on weed.

WE ALL KNOW turkey had NO intention to help bring the LEGITIMATE Government back... If that was so..it would have been done by now.
Turkey LOST an opportunity to show the rest of the world that they FINALLY are civilized. However, is hard to get 1000's of barbarian years out of your blood.

Now go smoke some more weed.
CYPRUS

Portland, OR

#17 Apr 1, 2013
OguzTolga wrote:
<quoted text>
invaded?
heheheheeh
Here is a test for you ;
TEST for the dummies:)))
1.Who tried to make a coupe d'etat against the legal President Makarios in 1974?
a)Cylons
b)Disney World
c)Greek Junta+Nicos Sampson the ripper
2.Who were the Gaurantor countries of the Cyprus
independent state which was fromed with London/Zurich agreements in 1960?
a)Dart wader,Mickey Mouse,Donald Duck
b)Aborgines,eskimos and Afganistan
c)Turkey,UK,Greece
3.Why Turkish army went to Cyprus to intervent in 1974?
a)Summers are beautiful in Cyprus
b)Turks were very happy to be killed by the Greek cypriots
c)To save Turks as a guarantor country
4.Did Turkey warn Greek junta and UK Government before the intervention?
a)No they have warned Kolonaki bars to stop drinking
b)No Turks warned the girls in Aia Nappa larnaca
c)yes but both countries slept on their ears
S
http://www.cyprusnet.com/content.php...
CYPRUS

Portland, OR

#18 Apr 1, 2013
well wrote:
Turkish Cypriots should buy the rest of Cyprus.
just like they "bought" the other 38%?

you are an idiot.
greek

Union, NJ

#20 Apr 1, 2013
Do Not Curse wrote:
<quoted text>
I Dont Think its wise to curse "Others" looking at your own people The Greek Cypriots
Turkish cypriots Have been isolated For Many Year In
The Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus .... Becouse of The Greek Cypriot Goverment...
We was also Poor Once Like you Greeks Are Now
Now For Many Years
You Now Have some idea What It Feels Like To be Poor And Be Isolated
With No other countries Taking You Serous ...
But with All The Above Said I realy Do Hope It Works Out
For the Best For The Greek Cypriots
Greek Cypriot Government is NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR YOUR ISOLATION, YOU ARE
I'm flattered you think we are that powerful,but the bitter fact is you stole the land you call the TRNC
And the world does not want any thing to do with you thieves
Any Hardship we endure will work its way up and effect you
Greeks did not gloat over the hardships suffered by the Turkish Earthquakes 1999
Greece was there first
Greeks backed Turkeys bid into EU
Events from FIFTY years ago are constantly played here you Turks,but
The Humanitarian aid only as recently as 1999 is never mentioned
greece my hole

London, UK

#21 Apr 1, 2013
Amen
CYPRUS

Portland, OR

#22 Apr 1, 2013
Cyprus wrote:
<quoted text>More hot air from one who abandoned Cyprus for riches overseas, yet dares to preach on their "beloved" Homeland without spending a cent to support its economy, you should be ashamed of yourself, We most certainly are, Fuxx off Charlie.
As i have said in the past my dear friend.... The support i have given to Cyprus over the years makes your words pathetic and full of stupidity.
I have contributed more to Cyprus than you can make in 100 lifetimes.

Now fuxx off and dont open your mouth when you dont know the facts because you will ended up with villos in your mouth.

Since: Sep 09

ISTANBUL

#23 Apr 1, 2013
CYPRUS wrote:
<quoted text>.
Turkey’s intervention in Cyprus is legal

Turkey’s July 20, 1974 intervention on Cyprus was legal, say the Athens Court of Appeals and the Council of Europe.

The Council of Europe adopted Resolution 573 on July 29, 1974 on this particular case, stating that Turkey’s intervention on Cyprus was a legitimate act emanating from the Treaty of Guarantee, Part IV.

The historical decision of the Athens Court of Appeals, No. 2658/79, dates back to March 21, 1979.

On July 15, 1974, the junta ruling Greece implemented a coup d’etat on Cyprus, overthrowing the elected government of President Makarios, which had been in control since the independence of the Republic of Cyprus in 1960. On July 20 of the same year Turkey staged a military intervention to reverse the coup.

Turkey’s action was perfectly legitimate and understandable.

It was in fact a duty, stationed by the 1960 Constitution of the Republic of Cyprus; in Part IV of the Treaty of Guarantee, which forms part of the constitution. Cyprus was saved from being annexed by Greece and the Turkish Cypriots freed from Greek oppression.

During the 1960s and 1970s, the Western world only watched as the Turkish Cypriots were being massacred by their Greek Cypriot neighbors, with the aid of Greece, in a systematic campaign of ethnic cleansing, and did nothing.

The splitting of Cyprus into two ethnically homogeneous, self-governing states was not achieved by the Turkish military intervention in 1974, as is commonly believed, but by Makarios and Georgios Grivas a decade earlier in 1963.

All that the Turkish intervention of 1974 accomplished was to consolidate Turkish Cypriot enclaves into a unified Turkish Cypriot zone in Northern Cyprus and to save their lives.

Of all the nations in the world only Turkey had the humanity to save what was left of the Turkish Cypriot population after years of ethnic cleansing in 1974, and only Turkey now stands for justice in Cyprus.

Under the provisions of the 1960 Treaty of Guarantee which provided that the Hellenic Republic, Turkey and United Kingdom would ensure the independence and sovereignty of the Republic of Cyprus, it was Turkey’s legal duty to take unilateral military action purportedly to restore constitutional order.

The Turkish intervention was perfectly legal according to the Treaty of Guarantee of 1960. Its legality has even been acknowledged by the Standing Committee of the Consultative Assembly of the Council of Europe in a resolution dated July 29, 1979, and by the Athens Court of Appeals in a decision dated March 21, 1979.

Sampson admitted that he was just about to proclaim enosis (union of Cyprus with Greece) when the Turkish intervention occurred (Cyprus Mail, July 17, 1975).

A father of one of the Greek commandos sent to Cyprus by the Greek junta in July 1974 to fight against Turkish Cypriots and Turkish troops who was shot down by Greek Cypriot National Guard members, filed a case against the Greek government for compensation in December 1976.

The Court of Athens ruled in favor of the father and ordered reasonable compensation to be paid by the Department of the Treasury of the Greek Ministry of Finance.

The Ministry of Finance objected to the decision of the Court of Athens and appealed to the Athens Court of Appeals for a cancellation of this order.

But unexpectedly the Supreme Court decided in favor of the father again and confirmed the decision of the Court of Athens.

The first paragraphs of the justification of the Athens Court of Appeals explains in detail the 1960 Constitution of the Republic of Cyprus, Part IV of the Treaty of Guarantee, the rights of Turkey, the coup d’etat organized by the Greek junta against Makarios and the improper behavior of Gen. Phaedon Gizikis, the head of Greece’s junta government in 1974.

The very last paragraph clearly highlights the legitimacy of the Turkish intervention on Cyprus.

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