Turkey supports peaceful solution in Cyprus, says PM

December 2015
Journal of Turkish Weekly;12/7/2015, p1
The article informs that Ahmet Davutoglu, Prime Minister of Turkey, has said that it is ready to support a peaceful solution in Cyprus and is making all kinds of contributions for a permanent, fair and peaceful solution. Davutoglu is confident that Turkish Cypriots and Greek Cypriots can altogether reach a solution having the potential to change the fate of Eastern Mediterranean.


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