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PM Tatar: Meeting with Erdoğan was extremely useful and productive

PM Tatar: Meeting with Erdoğan was extremely useful and productive

Prime Minister Ersin Tatar has defined his recent meeting with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan as extremely useful and productive in his interview published on Monday.

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Prime Minister Ersin Tatar has defined his recent meeting with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan as extremely useful and productive in his interview published on Monday.

Premier Tatar said the meeting, among other things had focused on the developments in the East Med.

In his interview, Prime Minister expressed his gratefulness to Turkey for always being on the side of Turkish Cypriots.

“President Erdoğan and all the officials of Turkey are taking steps to protect the interests of Turkish Cypriots” Tatar said.

Responding question related with the distruption being experienced in the pipeline carrying fresh water from Turkey to TRNC, PM Tatar said the damage was not so serious.

“Such problems can be experienced during harsh winter conditions. The pipeline will be fixed within a month. There won’t be any water shortages. The Geçitköy Dam is currently holding 10 months of reserves,” he said.

Commenting on the EastMed project, the Prime Minister said that the project signed on by the Greek Cypriot Administration, Israel and Greece will not go ahead.

“It is not possible to implement such a project in one of the deepest parts of the Mediterranean Sea. This is just a threat, a bluff. Italy has not signed the agreement yet. On the other hand, the agreement signed between Turkey and Libya is in full accordance with international law. The EastMed project clashes with this agreement, he said.

 


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