Foreign Minister David Liddington, apparently appearing as a supporting act to Greek Cypriot President Anastasiades, calmly announced last night, at a meeting on Cyprus addressed by Mr A here in London, that the UK has signed an agreement with the Greek Cypriot Government allowing the GCs to develop 200 sq kms of land on the British bases....
All this was done behind closed doors, and is now presented as a fait accompli, changing radically the status of the bases, which many of us have probably assumed to be the "elephant in the room" where the Cyprus Problem is concerned.
And all done without reference to the original owners of the land, many of whom were/are Turkish Cypriots.
So what is this all about? How does this begin to look impartial, fair to both sides?