Cyprus has already rejected the Turkish offer, saying it comes with conditions unacceptable to their side. The European Commission suggested slowing down Turkish accession talks by suspending 8 of 35 negotiation areas, or chapters. Cyprus wants any suspension twinned with a specific clause for review of Turkey's progress in opening its ports and airports to Cyprus. Turkey said it would also be prepared to open an airport to Cypriot commercial flights but expected the opening of a port and an airport in Turkish Cypriot northern Cyprus in return.
The EU admitted divided Cyprus as a member in 2004, represented only by Greek Cypriots. Ankara supports a breakaway Turkish Cypriot administration in the occupied north, where it keeps 30,000 troops.
Question - what can be done? Having been in Cyprus and spoken with local businesspeople, what comes through clearly is that they won't have a bar of the invading Turks. They'd fight to the death, if necessary. Having some Turks as clients over here, you can imagine their point of view, although they'd hardly fight to the death over it.
I see a similar situation in the UK with the Scots getting right up English nostrils and 'less than friendly attitudes' coming down from the north. Don't know the solution here either but it does seem that we're in a process of fragmentation and splitting into smaller and smaller ethnic units, opposed to their neighbours. Ossetia, for example.
Now you'll disagree, most like, but I see this as divide and rule. The globalists can't fight empires such as the British but they can pick off individual countries who are effectively ruled from Brussels. Therefore the divisions and grievances between England and its outer members are allowed full sway and even exacerbated.
Once Europe has total sway, then it's a small step to fit it into the North American and Greater Asian Federation structure and eventually, the millennia old process is completed - global government and you can guess who'll head that.