It was stated that Greek Cypriot leader Nikos Anastasiades refused the European Commission’s decision for providing financial aid to Turkey for supporting 2.2 million Syrian refugees, and also opening EU membership chapters of Turkey.
It was also stated that some directions were given to the Greek Cypriot authorities before the Turkey-EU summit to be held in Brussels on Sunday.
According to the Greek Cypriot daily Fileleftheros, the European Commission and the Turkish State wished to make a joint declaration for opening of 15. 23. and 24.negotiation chapters following the summit on Sunday. It was also pointed out that the European Commission has decided to form 3 billion euros financial aid for Turkey. Fileleftheros qualified providing the fund as “Unacceptable”.