Nami says that he considers it unlikely that negotiations will restart from the point reached at Crans-Montana, claiming that the GC side is not ready for a federal solution. This is because, among others, says Nami, the GC side has rejected the solution of a rotational presidency.
The TC negotiator confirms that Turkey made demands for a base with “a number of military troops which would not be a threat to the GC community”, but also the opening of Varoshia as part of a trade.
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