The TRNC will seek to get electricity from Turkey in the future

The TRNC will seek to get electricity from Turkey in the future, a project that will ensure quality of energy and uninterrupted supply, said Minister of Finance.

TRNC Minister of Finance Sunat Atun, made the statement during a panel discussion titled “the Future of Electricity” organized by the Faculty of Business and Economics of the Eastern Mediterranean University (DAU) to draw attention to the energy problem in the country.

Sunat Atun emphasized that the project of bringing electricity from Turkiye via cable is a project that will fully ensure the energy supply and security of the TRNC.

He noted that the project not being implemented today does not mean that it will not be implemented in the future, Atun said “This is a visionary project. Technically speaking, it is a project that will ensure the energy quality and uninterrupted supply to our country.”

He added that the project will also enable the country to benefit from the solar energy potential at a much larger capacity.

He emphasized that when the project is considered in the medium and long term, it is a project that will open the way between Turkiye – the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus – Israel and South Cyprus.

Stating that he believes this situation will lead the way for a permanent solution to be found to the Cyprus problem, Atun said “The project is a visionary project, one that should never be abandoned.”

Noting that when we take the power cuts in the country into consideration, it can clearly be seen that many incidents around the world are a factor to this problem, Atun reminded that the Russia-Ukraine crisis has had a negative impact on many countries around the world.

“We, as a country, were adversely affected by this,” Atun said.


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