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Mehmet Ali Talat, second President of the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus and the leader of the coalition’s senior partner Turkish Republican Party United Forces (CTP-BG), stated that negotiations for the solution of the Cyprus problem are improving in a positive line.

Making a statement to AA reporter, Talat evaluated the ongoing negotiations in Cyprus and said despite the unfounded criticism based on gossip, negotiations are improving in a very positive line.

Talat added, “We have property as the most important problem ahead of us, if we handle property issue and make progress, the problem will reach a positive state.” Mentioning the change that Greek Cypriot side undergo after they said “no” to Annan plan and became EU member since the year 2004 when the referendum was held, Talat pointed out that economic crisis that Greek Cypriots have been through had essential effects on their change of attitude.

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