Cavusoglu open to all Cypriot gas solutions  

Cavusoglu open to all Cypriot gas solutions  

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    The best solution would be for Turkey to adhere to international law and stay away from the EEZ of the Republic of Cyprus. UN Resolution 541, among others, is clear that the “Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus (TRNC) is an illegal entity, because it attempts to legitimize an illegal invasion, occupation, and ethnic cleansing of Greek speaking Cypriots, who were 80% of the population in the area Turkey occupies. The international community has been clear for 45 years that Turkey has committed war crimes on the small nation, and calls on Turkey to remove its troops. The Eastern Mediterranean Gas Forum, which includes Israel, Egypt, Italy, Greece, Jordan and the Palestinian Authority, will soon be joined by France as these nations are working together constructively to develop their energy resources. Turkey can also participate, but only if respects international law. Instead, Turkey is poised to further destabilize the area by expanding its invasion of Syria east of the Euphrates river in an effort to wipe out the Kurdish people not only within Turkey, but in neighbouring countries as well. It is clear that Turkey is a regional menace, currently led by Islamist Tayyip Erdogan, who has grand visions similar to those of Adolf Hitler before WW2. This is why Turkey has defied the U.S., NATO, and the EU by purchasing advanced weapons from Russia.

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