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Why is the EU not pushing the guarantor powers of Cyprus, Great Britain, Greece and Turkey, two of which are member states and one of which is a candidate state, to negotiate about their future roles in Cyprus. Why does the EU not lift the embargo against the Turkish Cypriots right away. Are the efforts so little because there is no real interest to find a settlement for the reunification? If so, why?


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Karin Resetarits
Karin Resetarits
This issue was published in collaboration with the Friedrich Naumann Foundation Turkey Office.
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