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Cyprus News Agency: News in English, 06-11-03

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  • [01] TURKEY - EU

  • [01] TURKEY - EU

    Cyprus Government Spokesman Christodoulos Pashiardis pledged Friday that the government will continue to cooperate and consult with the Finnish EU presidency, which continues efforts to promote its proposals with a view to avert a crisis in the relations between the EU and Turkey.

    Pashiardis comments came one day after Finish Foreign Minister Erkki Tumioja announced that it was not possible to hold a meeting, scheduled for November 5 - 6 between all parties concerned aiming to find a solution that ``enables the uninterrupted continuation of Turkey`s accession negotiations and improves the situation of both communities in Cyprus,`` and that work would continue on political level.

    ``As it was expected the Turkish side has started attributing responsibility to our side for the cancellation of the meeting and that is no surprise``, Pashiardis said, adding that it would be surprising if Turkey ``stayed silenced.``

    ``It would be even more surprising if Turkey did not resort to its usual tactics to proclaim itself innocent and to distort the truth``, he added.

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