Tatar meeting at Ercan Airport, returning to TRNC using New York contacts. Stating that they went to New York upon the invitation of UN General Guterres, Tatar said that the 76th UN General Assembly was attended there and that Türkevi attended the training.
Tatar talked about his opinions about his users in New York, met with Turkish business people and talked about his experiences in the USA and the stories in Cyprus.
On September 25, Tatar said that they could meet their situation regarding the Cyprus issue (solutions regarding the bilateral solution) without having a bilateral meeting with the Secretary General.
Tatar said that a federal relationship could no longer yield results in Cyprus. said.
It is mentioned that President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, in his speech at the 76th UN General Assembly, announced the new policy of the Turkish side (sovereign Tatar style, two-state solution) policy, and this one will not get bored.
Noting that they explained the new policy of the Turkish side to all their interlocutors, Tatar said that he will inform the party leaders in the TRNC, the Council of Ministers and the Assembly of the Republic about the contacts in New York.
“I’m in no rush”
State Tatar said, “The Cyprus business has been going on for half a century, I am in no hurry. I have never said to previous presidents, ‘I will finish this job in 3 months.’
The one who found the Secretary General well and he was good at the Cyprus issue, “the survivors were the former prime minister of Portugal. The work of the secretary general (between Guterres, Tatar and Greek Cypriot Nikos Anastasiades), ‘I wish we had succeeded in making that Turkey join the European Union. .If we had succeeded, we could live in a different world today.’ Anastasiades ‘I wish this Cyprus issue could be resolved because of it.’ “Turkey is an important actor, it is Turkey’s largest country. Ignoring Turkey, there can be no politics here without Turkey.” he said.
Tatar expressed what is believed to be very important to be able to speak in Cyprus, and to participate in a core stage in the Cyprus case.