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PM Soyer: Turkish Cypriots continue to work for peace in Cyprus

Source: BRT  
18 November 2006

Prime Minister Ferdi Sabit Soyer has said that the Turkish Cypriot Side will never give up its willingness towards finding a comprehensive solution to the Cyprus Problem nor will it bow down to the Greek Cypriot Side’s domineering attitude.

Mr. Soyer said that the Turkish Cypriot people will continue to wage its struggle undeterred until it achieves political equality with the Greek Cypriot people.

The Prime Minister’s words came during a reception held last night in London marking the 23rd anniversary of the establishment of the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus.

The Prime Minister is in the British capital to take part in various events marking the 23rd anniversary of the establishment of the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus.

Speaking at last night’s reception in London, Mr. Soyer said that the Turkish Cypriot Side will never give up its goal of finding a lasting and comprehensive solution to the Cyprus Problem.

He added that efforts to persuade the international community to lift the international isolation of the Turkish Cypriot people, of which he described as the ‘shame of the word’, will intensify in the days to come.

The Prime Minister also said that the Turkish Cypriot people will continue waging a struggle until it achieves a solution based on the political equality of the two sides.

Stating that the strengthening the North Cyprus economy on the basis of EU principles was a priority among others for the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus, Prime Minister Soyer said that a strong institutionalized and democratic Turkish Cypriot state will help contribute to both integrating the Turkish Cypriot people with the rest of the world as well as bringing peace and stability to the Eastern Mediterranean region.

As part of his other contacts in the British capital, the Prime Minister will have a meeting on Monday with representatives of the London-based Cyprus Turkish Chamber of Commerce.

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