There are difficulties in the solution of the Cyprus issue, SYRIZA MEP Kostas Chryssogonos on Wednesday said in statements to the Athens-Macedonian News Agency’s radio station Praktoreio 104.9 FM.
As he noted, both Mustafa Akinci and Recep Tayyip Erdogan are facing pressure for different reasons, adding that the first one is at risk of staying out of the parliament, while the second one is seeking the change of regime.
Asked whether the terrorist attacks complicate the process of resolving the Cyprus problem, he estimated that they do not affect it.
Referring to the European Union, he said that it is an “ill structure” which although it has made progress in many issues, it still presents discrepancies.
On the Greek issue, he estimated that it is difficult to have an immediate solution. He noted that medium-term measures on debt after 2018 are necessary so that Greece can return to the markets and meet its loan obligations.