The United States rejects any two-state solution to Cyprus, which was recently proposed by Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, Victoria N நூland, the third person in US diplomacy, said on Wednesday.
During a parliamentary hearing, if the U.S. government unequivocally rejects such an option, he responds: “Yes, absolutely. «We believe that only a Cypriot-led, bipartisan and bipartisan process will bring peace and stability to Cyprus., She insisted.
Negotiations have stalled since 2017
During a visit to northern Cyprus on Tuesday, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan made a significant assessment.No progress can be made in negotiations without acknowledging the existence of two peoples and two statesOn the island, which is divided between the Republic of Cyprus – a member of the European Union – it exercises its power in the south, and is recognized only by the self-proclaimed Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus (DRNC), Ankara, in 1983.
The President of Turkey has announced the reopening of the ghost town of Warsaw, which marks the division of the Mediterranean island.
Negotiations have stalled since 2017. In April, the UN oversaw a buffer zone between the two parts of the island. Attempts to restart organized talks ended in failure.