Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan and Prime Minister of the UK Theresa May evaluate Cyprus issue
May said that the U.K. would always stand beside Turkey in the struggle against terrorism.
Erdoğan and May expressed their hopes for a fair and lasting solution to be negotiated in Geneva.
Turkish President Erdoğan had confirmed that he would attend the five-party Cyprus conference that will be held in Geneva on Jan. 12 and assured Turkey’s support to the KKTC government in the upcoming negotiations. Also, the Turkey-Turkish Cyprus foreign movement has witnessed remarkable activity recently.
Prime Minister Özgürgün’s visit took place ahead of the Geneva, Switzerland talks to be held between Jan. 9-12, which is widely considered as the last chance for the unification of Cyprus.