President Mehmet Ali Talat of Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus (TRNC) said that differences in principle continued with Greek Cypriot administration in discussions over property issue. Talat, who met with Greek Cypriot leader Demetris Christofias on Tuesday within the scope of negotiations to find a solution for Cyprus question, told reporters that they took up property issue today, and decided experts to continue working about the issue. Talat said that he would hold another meeting with Christofias on November 20, and they would assess the negotiations they had been held so far. Turkish and Greek Cypriot leaders launched Cyprus talks in September 2008 in an effort to find a solution to the Cyprus issue. The first round of the talks was completed on August 6, 2009. And the second round started on September 10. News: AA Photo: AA Share this: Di̇ğer Haberler Erdogan Backs Qatar Against Demands By Gulf States US Muslims Launch App To Accurately Report Hate Crime Turkey, Most Muslim Countries Start Eid Al-Fitr On Sunday Turkey To Thwart All Regional Plots: Erdogan US To See First Coast-To-Coast Total Solar Eclipse In 99 Years On August 21 'Turkey Would Not Allow State In Northern Syria'