The EU is also a peace project. For centuries, the French have fought against the Germans, to keep them out of France (not always as successful), for decades, people in nowadays Belgium fought against the Spanish, the Austrians, the French and the Dutch. But now, they work together in the EU (sometimes
), and if there are differences, we don't use weapons anymore. Perhaps Belgium is to far away to understand, but after centuries of war, we don't like it, anymore. If Greece wants war, it will be without the EU, I can assure you.
If Turkey would join the EU, they have to oblige to that status quo. If Turks come to live in the EU, as you pointed it out, it will be legally
, so what's the problem? Your exemple of Kastelorizo, if a Turk buys land, he may very well live there. It will be however a piece of Greece, he lives in. So what's your problem?
But tell me, why would Turkey send out his sons (and daughters) to the EU, if they are needed at home? Turkey needs the Turks more than Germay does.
If you would come to Belgium, it would be totally legally as well. Tell me, what's the difference between you and a Turk? I only thought you are already an inhabitant of the EU, Turks aren't (yet).
Cyprus is a problem, I agree. But sorry, I have as much faith in the version of Greek Cypriots as in that of the Turk Cypriots. It's a problem, that has to be solved by the Cypriots themselves, and last, it wasn't Turkey that had a problem. Plus, I thought Turkey recognises Cyprus partially? Everything that's not North-Cyprus is Cyprus
. A small difference to me. I'm sure, if the Turk Cypriots want the Turkish army to leave, it will leave.