The Turkish Cypriot premier said on Thursday that he was in full consensus with his Turkish counterpart in every matter.
Prime Minister Irsen Kucuk of the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus (TRNC) said there were not any problems in the support Turkey was extending to his country.
"I have got the support (of Turkey) for ongoing negotiations in Cyprus and initiatives to reach a settlement in line with our targets till the end of this year," Kucuk told joint press conference with Turkey's Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan.
Kucuk said Turkey reaffirmed that it would continue to extend economic support to the TRNC.
"We have re-built confidence with our motherland Turkey with my visit," he also said.
Kucuk said if the Greek Cypriots behaved sincerely, they would reach a settlement.
However, the TRNC would try to get a positive result in the ongoing negotiations and would not behave insincerely like the Greek Cypriots, Kucuk also said.
This is Kucuk's first formal visit to Ankara since he became Turkish Cypriot prime minister in May.
Kucuk will proceed to Istanbul on Friday, and he will be received by President Abdullah Gul.
TRNC Prime Minister Kucuk is expected to return to the TRNC on Saturday.
AAGüncelleme Tarihi: 16 Temmuz 2010, 09:46