Τα Wikileaks αποκαλύπτουν για την Κύπρο

Ακολουθεί το πρωτότυπο έγγραφο από το wikileaks.org(*) Το να λένε οι Τούρκοι ότι η Κύπρος ως μέλος της ΕΕ είναι άτρωτη, είναι η μεγαλύτερη απόδειξη ότι οι κραυγές για απειλή απομονωτισμού σε περίπτωση απόρριψης του Σχεδίου Ανάν ήταν ενσυνείδητες ενέργειες εναντίον της Κύπρου.

(*) Το Αντίβαρο, σε αντίθεση με αρκετές άλλες ιστοσελίδες και ιστολόγια, βρίσκει τα πρωτότυπα έγγραφα και δημοσιεύει την πηγή τους.

http://cablegate.wikileaks.org/cable/2010/02/10ANKARA302.html

EU, CYPRUS and GREECE 
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9. (C) Sinirlioglu said Turkey’s EU accession is being
obstructed by the politically motivated objections of several
member states, notably France, Austria and Cyprus. He
reserved special criticism for President Sarkozy. He accused
France of changing the rules mid-game. He contended French
opposition to Turkey’s membership is “deepening the cultural
divide” between Christian Europe and the Muslim world: “A
wider audience is watching this.”

10. (C) He regretted perceived Greek Cypriot complacency
regarding the island’s reunification talks: EU “membership
makes them invulnerable.” Greek Cypriots, he said, want the
world to forget the progress achieved by the Annan Plan in
2004. They pretend relations between the island’s two
communities are an internal affair, even though, by treaty,
it’s been an international issue for 50 years. Talat’s
cross-voting proposal, Sinirlioglu continued, should have
been a breakthrough, but the Greek Cypriots failed to react.
Downer is frustrated, Sinirlioglu alleged, and so are the
Turkish Cypriots. He implied the island’s Turkish community
would register its frustration by voting out Talat as TRNC
“president” in April. He renewed Turkey’s appeal for higher
profile direct USG involvement in the negotiations.

11. (C) Sinirlioglu welcomed Greek PM Papandeou’s belated
response to Erdogan’s October 30 letter seeking a frank new
discussion of the two neighbors’ several long-running
disputes. He conceded Papandreou’s delay is understandable
in light of his likely preoccupation with Greece’s acute
financial crisis. Based on Papandreou’s response,
Sinirlioglu said, Turkey expects to begin new talks with
Greece soon.

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