Turkish Cypriot Association call on Britain to make to lift the isolation on Turkish Cypriots'

The British Turkish Cypriot Association sent a letter to the British Prime Minister and the Minister of Foreign Affairs demanding that steps be taken to lift the embargoes on Turkish Cypriots.  

In the letter written to British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and Foreign Minister Dominic Raab with the signature of Ersu Ekrem, President of the British Turkish Cypriot Association and sent on May 10, the British government was asked to take steps towards opening up for Turkish Cypriots.

In the letter, which was requested to initiate direct flights from the UK to the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus, it was also revealed that efforts were made to abolish the United Nations resolution 186, which was inaccurate and contrary to the founding agreement of the Republic of Cyprus and the constitution.

In the letter referring to the obligation of the British government to treat both communities equally on the Island, it was emphasized that the British government should not recognize the Greek Cypriot Administration as a legal state, which is incapable of implementing the 1960 Agreement and even more than a hundred articles of its constitution, preventing its partner from exercising authority.

In the letter written by the British Turkish Cypriot Association;

The Turkish Cypriot cannot accept to be under embargoes for another 57 years. The Turkish Cypriot people chose the two-state solution with the vote they gave to President Ersin Tatar, and the British government should also make efforts in this direction, respecting this will, and the views of former British Foreign Minister Jack Straw and deputy Michael Stephen on the two-state solution should be heard. 

In the letter, it was also emphasized that the Council, which represents the wishes of more than 300,000 Turkish Cypriots living in the UK, has a member association.

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