It is still possible to find a solution to the Cyprus problem, says the former UN Secretary General's Special Representative in Cyprus, Alvaro de Soto, claiming that not many changes are needed in the peace plan, while he also criticizes the Greek Cypriot side.
In his statements to Turkish state television TRT World, Alvaro de Soto said of the Cyprus solution: "I think if the leadership of both sides agree to do it, even if they make changes as necessary, it is still possible."
"If they agreed, it could be modified to make it easier for both sides. I don't think too many changes are needed. They rejected this version, but maybe if they revise and if the Greek Cypriot leader approves instead of opposing the plan before them, that would change everything."
[This article was translated from its Greek original]