Turkey denies Greek reports about “meeting on Cyprus” July 24, 2010Posted by Yilan in Cyprus, Human rights abuses, Turkey, Yunanistan.
Tags: Cyrpus, Egemen Bagis, Greece, Turkey
Turkey’s Secretariat for EU Affairs denied Monday Greek media reports that Turkey’s Chief EU Negotiator met with Greek Cypriot leader in Brussels.
Earlier, Greek media claimed that Egemen Bagis got together with Demetris Christofias at a meeting in Brussels where Christofias said that Greek Cypriot side could give green light to opening of some of Turkey’s negotiation chapters in return for the deserted town of Maras (Varosha).
“All these reports are untrue and fabricated,” the Secretariat-General said in a statement.
It said Christofias’ interlocuter could only be Turkish Cypriot President Dervis Eroglu, recalling that the two leaders, Christofias and Eroglu, have been continuing Cyprus reunification talks.