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Soon after, we received two virulent and rather rambling emails from a Greek Cypriot ambassador, who questioned our integrity and credibility, accused us of ignorance, declared our correspondent persona non grata and mala fide, and advised him "This is not a threat" not "even to contemplate visiting Cyprus with the objective of visiting the occupied part The CY Authorities have been informed of your actions".
We feel safe in thinking that nothing will have happened to soften his opinion in the past 12 months. Both Resolutions called on all the UN members not to recognize or assist in any way the illegal-secessionist entity. I take it that you must be aware of all these developments, which in any way are not minor details.
On our part, there is and cannot be any compromise on national sovereignty.
And you visited Cyprus after all, as a guest last year. I wonder, with all due respect dear Sir, what your trip to my country has taught you. Surely, you must know and be aware of forcible partition.
After all, other countries have already experienced it, like Korea inSouth Asia in and Budapest to belgrade nightly business report again, in If the answer is in the affirmative, allow me to question your integrity and credibility.
Dear Mr Xxxxxxx I do regard myself as neutral and prepared to listen to both sides, whatever the issue. I do not think that having been a guest of the Republic of Cyprus, grateful as I am, should tie me to any particular viewpoint. There is a similar problem whenever we give publicity to Taiwan, but we like to give them a voice I hope that readers can decide for themselves who may be "right" or "wrong".
Should you have anything you wish to publicise, particularly locally, we are of course willing to help. Sincerely The ambassador sent a second email on January 22, Dear [Budapest Times correspondent] Good morning to you and thank you for your reply. Even though it is customary to address Chiefs of Foreign Diplomatic Missions as Ambassadors, I always cherish modesty as being one sic the virtues worth preserving.
We in Cyprus at least not I do not encourage people to visit our country, so that we can brainwash them.
That, dear Sir, I guarantee you, we and certainly I, myself do not do. I can tell you straight away what kinds of governments employ these kinds of practices, ie.
Turkey happens to be one of them, especially with scholars of the Ottoman Empire. Anybody who dares criticize the government in Ankara finds himself without access to the Ottoman Archives. Call it blackmail, if you wish. This is no fiction, is the truth. I know it from experience, while being a student in the US.
Besides, as a scholar I am a professional historian, by the way, specializing in USA-Asia relations, the Middle East and yes, the history of the Ottoman Empire and modern TurkeyI am always careful not to mix diplomacy with history and an objective version, at that.
On your part, to demand that an the sic Embassy of the Republic, an independent country member of the UN and other international organizations, and the only internationally-recognized government in Cyprus, which for the past 44 years has been the victim of foreign armed aggression and continuous military occupation, will engage in a dialogue with the illegal-secessionist entity which owns its existence to the Turkish troops of occupationwith you sitting as the disinterested party in the name of neutralityis abominable to say the least.
Adding insult to injury, to put it more forcefully.
I believe I do not have to elaborate and I take it you are able to distinguish between the two. Neutrality is understandable, and desirable, if we deal with sports rivalry, especially in football, ie. Should the African states have kept their mouth shut and not say anything, when the aparhaid sic regime of South Africa was invited to participate in the Olympics, in the name of neutrality remember, never mix sports and politics?
Should John Carlos and Tommy Smith have shut up entirely and not have said anything against racism during the Mexico City Olympics in ? The list is endless. I am sorry to bring the bad news to you, but in cases like these as of course in the case of my countryneutrality does not apply.
Objectivity yes the noble dream, in my professionand a scholarly one at that, based of course on scientific and impartial criteria. That, I welcome, and in fact I encourage, anytime, anyplace, regardless of the origins.
What has been going on in Cyprus, however, much to your chagrin cannot be explained in terms of neutrality.
Surely, you are smart enough to know the difference between the two. Not even a conflict between two communities of different ethnic origin, language religion, political and ideological beliefsas these guys in Ankara try very hard to portray it.
That its origins date back tothe year of the Ottoman occupation, seems not to have bothered anybody.Download-Theses Mercredi 10 juin Jan 31, · Hi!
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