Havadis publishes the map of the "Ban Ki-moon plan"
Turkish Cypriot daily Havadis newspaper (17.12.13) publishes today the map of a 78-page document, which allegedly includes the agreements and the convergences between the sides during the Cyprus talks and might be called as "Ban Ki-moon Plan". Under the front page title "A new map, bizonal", Havadis writes that the document has been prepared by UN officials and includes the "agreements" and "convergences" reached between former President Christofias with former and current Turkish Cypriot leaders Talat and Eroglu respectively during the negotiations of the period 2008-2012.
According to the paper, during the negotiations, the Greek Cypriot side demanded the return of two new territories, which were different from the Annan plan. The first territory is to form a canton at the area of Karpasia, including the villages of Agios Andronikos and Yiallousa. The second territory is more land at the Mesaoria area. According to the paper, there was a consensus on the return territory.
Self-styled presidency denies Havadis' publication: "There is neither a map, nor a new plan"
Turkish Cypriot daily Afrika newspaper (17.12.13) reports that the "presidency" of the breakaway regime issued a statement in which the reports about a new plan and a new map as regards the Cyprus problem are denied. The reports were published yesterday in Turkish Cypriot daily Havadis.
According to the statement, the text presented by the paper is not plan report prepared by United Nations, but a text prepared by Alexander Downer and his team regarding the rapprochement between of the two sides between 2008-12. In addition it is noted that this text was published under the title "rapprochement", eight months ago by a Greek Cypriot internet side.