“We are not dealing any other plan than this,” he said.
“A rotary presidency would be an important element of these peace negotiations,” he said.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan had discussed Geneva talks with UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres and British Prime Minister Thresa May on Saturday.
They agreed the upcoming talks could be an important opportunity for reaching a final settlement.
If a deal is reached on territorial changes, negotiators are expected to announce a date for a final summit between the Turkish and Greek Cypriot leaders and three guarantor countries.
Reunification talks resumed in May 2015, and both sides have repeatedly expressed optimism that a solution would be found soon. Once a final agreement is reached, it would be put to both communities in a referendum.