Talat meets Turkish leaders over Cyprus talks

Talat delivered a speech at the Ambassadors' Conference in Ankara.

Talat meets Turkish leaders over Cyprus talks

Turkey's Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan and President Mehmet Ali Talat of Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus (TRNC) met in the Turkish capital of Ankara on Thursday.

Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu also attended the meeting which was closed to press.

The ongoing negotiations in Cyprus was on the agenda of the gathering, officials said.

"Voice of the voiceless"

Meanwhile, Talat delivered a speech at the Ambassadors' Conference in Ankara.

Attending the 2nd Ambassadors' Conference held in Ankara, Talat addressed an audience came from various countries and he said, "You are the voice of the voiceless, isolated Turkish Cypriots".

President Talat gave detailed information on the ongoing Cyprus talks to around 200 Turkish ambassadors who were attending the Conference in Ankara on Thursday.

Talat said, "Thanks to your presence, Turkish Cypriots can make their voice heard to the world. Turkish ambassadors have become voice of the voiceless Turkish Cypriots".

Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu said that Talat will exchange views with the ambassadors who are coming from different parts of the world and assuring Turkey's Cyprus cause to be heard where ever they are present.

Talat will meet President Abdullah Gül on Friday (January 8, 2010).


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