Global Political Trends (GPoT) Center's Dr. Sylvia Tiryaki expressed her thoughts on the projected outcomes of the Cyprus Talks during an interview with Daily Sabah.
"Dr. Sylvia Tiryaki, the deputy director and co-founder of the Global Political Trends (GPoT) Center in Istanbul, indicated that the long-divided island is close to reaching a solution as she stated there is "good will" from both Turkish and Greek Cypriots. While Tiryaki also noted that there must be a compromise in order to reach a permanent resolution, she said that if there is no resolution reached on the island then the international community must recognize the de facto situation on the island. Tiryaki further said that despite the "good will" from both Cypriot sides, Greece is reflecting its own domestic politics onto the reunification talks and causing conflict."
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