Davutoglu submitted new proposal for the solution of the Cyprus problem
Turkish channel NTV (online, 28.03.13), under the title “Davutoglu: Either a solution or a division”, broadcast that Turkey’s Minister of Foreign Affairs Ahmet Davutoglu submitted a three-alternative plan to “south Cyprus” for a solution in the Cyprus problem and said: “Either a solution or division”.

NTV broadcast the following:
“The Turkish side submitted a new plan with three alternatives to the Greek Cypriot Administration [Trans. Note: as he refers to the government of the Republic of Cyprus] for the solution of the Cyprus problem.

Foreign Minister Davutoglu explained the context of the plan, which was prepared in the framework of the use of the natural sources in the Mediterranean.

Speaking to Star newspaper, Davutoglu said that one of the alternatives after the solution is ‘to establish a United Cyprus State and to use together the natural sources’.

Davutoglu proposed as a second road, while the negotiations for the solution process are continuing, to form a joint committee and marketing the natural sources by this committee.

Davutoglu as a third option brought in the agenda the proposal of a ‘two state solution’.

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