Whatever Turkey’s President Recep Tayyip Erdogan expected to come out of his visit to the occupied part of Cyprus – on the day that marked the 47th anniversary of the Turkish invasion that led to the division of the island – did not materialize.
Even among Turkish Cypriots, his intervention received a mixed reaction, with opposition parties boycotting his speech to the district’s internationally unrecognized ‘parliament’. More importantly, his visit and position on the ghost suburb of Varosi…
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