December 08, 2006


As a Stravaraland citizen pointed out via e-mail, the port 'offered' by Turkey would merely have made things easier if Cyprus were to decide to buy oil from that country. The Finns are not impressed with the proposal , while the Guardian points out that Turkey may well have cunningly taken a leaf from the 'divide and rule' handbook.

I have no idea if we have a press officer at the Cyprus High Commission in London, but if we do, perhaps he or she could give the Guardian a buzz and ask them to clarify exactly what they mean by 'Greek Cypriot supporters' of the Republic of Cyprus in paragraph 10 of this article. Are we talking Republic of Cyprus F.C. here?

Meanwhile, you could do worse than taking a look at this piece and maybe even participating in an ongoing lively discussion.

Of course, Lillikas tells us that he was aware from the outset that no one would take the Turkish offer seriously. So why all the fuss about him hopping on a 'plane? Why fly anywhere to begin with.


Blogger To Hlithio Agrino said...

Ummmm... shopping?

09 December, 2006 12:39  

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