Erdogan travels to northern Cyprus, calls for two-state solution

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan travelled on Sunday to Turkish-controlled northern Cyprus where he called for a two-state solution for the divided Mediterranean island.”Today in Cyprus there are two separate peoples, two separate democratic orders and two separate states,” Erdogan said while in the Republic of Northern Cyprus, which only Turkey recognizes.”A two-state solution must be discussed and negotiated on the basis of sovereign equality,” he said.Erdogan was received by Ersin Tatar, the former conservative prime minister who nearly a month ago was elected the new president of the…

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