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Taçoy: The Agreement between Turkey and Egypt Will Bring Significant Developments

Taçoy: The Agreement between Turkey and Egypt Will Bring Significant Developments

UBP Deputy Hasan Taçoy emphasized the importance of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan's visit to Egypt and the agreement signed between the two countries, stating, "The agreement between Turkey and Egypt will bring significant developments."

Publish Date: 26/02/24 11:34
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Taçoy: The Agreement between Turkey and Egypt Will Bring Significant Developments
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National Unity Party (UBP) Deputy Hasan Taçoy highlighted the significance of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan's visit to Egypt and the agreement signed between the two countries. Taçoy stated that the phrase he previously used, "a pot is boiling on issues concerning us and our region," has been confirmed by this development.

Referring to the agreement between the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus (TRNC) and TPAO, Taçoy noted that this agreement has gained greater importance following a significant development last week.

Taçoy pointed out that a pipeline passing through the TRNC to Turkey is ensuring the most economical transportation of natural gas to Europe and other countries, making Turkey not only a key player in the Eastern Mediterranean but also a distribution center for all other gas resources in the region, including those from Russia and Azerbaijan.

Highlighting Turkey's role in bringing together gas supply in the region with all demands, Taçoy stated, "This reality will lead to a resolution of the Cyprus issue through a two-state policy. You will see the signs of this soon; it will be discussed soon. I claim and continuously state that there are some developments in the region. A pot is boiling, and something will come out of it. Egypt is an example of this. With the agreement, Turkey's share in the Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ) within the framework of its Blue Homeland policy has increased, while that of South Cyprus has decreased."

Taçoy emphasized that all these developments will put an end to political conflicts in the region, stating, "Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, a world leader, will never step back from the policy of a two-state solution in Cyprus."

Stressing that the key to the solution in the region is "Turkey," Taçoy stated that it is not possible to replace this with anything else.

While significant developments are taking place in Cyprus and around the world, Taçoy pointed out that politicians in the TRNC are caught up in internal disputes, stating, "While you are engaged in internal politics and the Dikilitaş Policy, many things are happening around you, and you are left out. There needs to be a change; someone who views the world from above needs to come there. People who understand and know about these matters should handle them. Because our region is truly delicate, and there are many things happening with great fervor in our region. The wealth of our region is slipping away. This can only be enhanced through Turkey."

Regarding the issue of Selling Property to Foreigners, Taçoy used the expression "we are shooting ourselves in the foot," stating that questions need to be asked about how many houses have been built, who they have been sold to, and how many title deeds have been issued.

Taçoy mentioned that the number of title deeds issued for the places sold does not exceed 10%, with the remaining being transferred through contracts or companies without obtaining title deeds. He emphasized that all these sales need to be converted into title deeds.

Regarding the discussions about sending new settlers to Dipkarpaz and Koruçam in South Cyprus, Hasan Taçoy reminded that this is just the beginning and warned that different issues may follow.

Taçoy stated that no one can obstruct the road works started in Pile and explained that the Greek Cypriot side is trying to claim Pile located in the buffer zone.

Taçoy emphasized the need for the development of different policies regarding Pile, stating, "We need to discuss and explain this both internally and externally because Pile is a buffer zone."

Referring to the fact that South Cyprus obstructs the transfer of goods from the North by hiding behind the Green Line Regulation, Taçoy emphasized that there are no goodwill policies in South Cyprus.

Taçoy also highlighted that the Greek Cypriot Administration creates problems for some vehicles coming from the North and does not grant passage permits, stating that a similar practice should be applied to vehicles coming from the South based on the principle of reciprocity.

Hasan Taçoy concluded his remarks by saying, "After the local elections in Turkey, negotiations in Cyprus will resume. This is a known fact. But we are still struggling with the problems we have created internally."

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