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The presence of Turkish troops on a potentially reunited Cyprus has split leaders taking part in UN-sponsored talks.
Ankara has said a Greek Cypriot call for Turkish troops to leave the island was "out of the question." Top international diplomats have arrived in Geneva as talks seeking to reunify the divided island of Cyprus enter a crucial stage.
"A just solution [to division] means, first of all, eliminating what caused it, namely the occupation and presence of occupation forces," Kotzias said.
At the same time, Erdogan said the removal of all Turkish troops from northern Cyprus was "out of the question." The Turkish president's strong words came after Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu gave reporters a more muted statement Thursday night, telling them that "the reality is that Turkey's guarantorship is vital to Turkish Cypriot people" and that troops are "a force of stability" that must remain on the island.
Though Greece and Greek Cypriots would like to see the guarantor system abolished, Erdogan also pushed that possibility aside.
Under this scope, let’s take into consideration, the following : Mustafa Akinci When Mustafa Akinci became leader of the Turkish Cypriot community, April 2015, the international press welcomed him as “a leftist moderate, campaigning on a platform of peace, raising hopes of a breakthrough in stalled reunification talks”.
Some political analysts added that “This is quite clearly an election for a solution”.
Guterres' debut The Geneva Conference also marked the first foreign trip of Antonio Guterres in his new position as Secretary-General of the United Nations.
He said a final peace agreement was "close" but that there would not be a "quick fix," noting that implementing and securing an enduring peace deal would take significant work.