GC government spokesman Christodoulides has said that some kind of progress is being made mainly on those issues on which there is a need to reconcile positions submitted at the negotiating table and which were outside of the framework of the joint communiqué agreed between the leaders of the two communities in Cyprus.
Christodoulides was speaking to the press on the sidelines of a service held at Apostle Barnabas Church in Nicosia to mark the feast of Saint Barnabas, the founder of the Church of Cyprus. Invited to comment on reports that documents registering convergences between the two sides have been submitted to the assessment process conducted by the negotiators of the two sides in Cyprus, the Spokesman said “the negotiators` evaluation is underway as they have been asked by the two leaders to assess the state of play with regard to the Cyprus problem, where we stand, where we agree and disagree so that the cross-negotiation will start from those issues on which there is no agreement. ”
There are, he said, “many documents and you must realize that each one of the essential chapters is divided in subchapters and subsections, therefore, for each section there is a separate chapter”.
“So there are too many documents that register the positions of both sides including convergences and deviations”, he added…….
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