İngiliz İdaresinden Sonra Adada Kurulan Kıbrıs Cumhuriyeti ve 1960-1963 Arası Gelişmeler

KILAVUZ, Nuran; TANIK, İbrahim Halil
January 2011
Ekev Academic Review;kis2011, Vol. 15 Issue 46, p301
Academic Journal
Cyprus taken under Turkish administration in 1571 passed British ascendance in 1878 and when it was left to British completely in Treaty of Lausanne, a problematic period was begun in the island. Because, the Cypriot Greeks in the island were going on the terrorizing activities and they wanted to annex the island to Greece. Turkey tried to solve the problem lived in the island in international peace atmosphere. Turkey began to negotiations with Greece and England in 1959 and as a result, the decision was taken about founding a state consisting of two nations with Treaties of Zurich and London. According to 1960 Constitution of Cyprus Republic, the Turks and the Cypriot Greeks were represented equally in the island. Even in the period of Cyprus Republic lived between the years 1960-1963, the Cypriot Greeks did not give up their real intent and they performed terrific bloody actions to Turkish nation of the island. This situation arranged the end of Cyprus Republic consisting of the two nations, and in lieu of it, the Cypriot Greek administration which was unauthorized began to take decision in the name of Cyprus. Although The Cypriot Turks and Turkey tried to solve these problems by means of peace, they saw its being impossible and consequently, 1974 Cyprus Peace Operation came true.


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