(Zaman) - A meeting between Turkish and Greek Cypriot religious leaders scheduled to be held on Monday has been cancelled. The reason for the cancellation has not been revealed yet.
Ahmet Yonluer, director of the Religious Affairs Department for Turkish Cyprus, was set to meet the Orthodox Archbishop Chrisostomos II at the primacy in southern Nicosia.
Archbishop Chrisostomos, who has made anti-Turkish remarks in the past, said that he would say Ankara was the enemy, not the Turkish Cypriots, reports Trend.
The archbishop would have repaid Yonluer's visit on Jan. 22 if today's meeting had not been cancelled.