I Refuse to Get Involved in a Blame Game in Relation to the Cyprus Peace Talks, President Says

President Nicos Anastasiades has said that he refuses to take part in a blame game relating to the Cyprus peace talks, reiterating that he has never linked the talks with next year’s presidential elections.

The President has also described as “unacceptable” remarks by the leader of the Turkish Cypriot community about a two-state solution.

“I would not wish to get involved in a blame game, in the sense that they (Turkish Cypriots) have no other alternative than to be led back to plans of 1956 and of 1963-64, which, as they claim, materialised in 1974 as a result of our own doing,” the President said, according to a PIO press release, issued here today.
(Source: CNA)