By Annie Charalambous
Foreign Minister Ioannis Kasoulides hopes certain issues determining the speed of UN-brokered Cyprus peace talks are overcome so that the pace picks up.
Otherwise, he warned, the pace of the negotiations aiming to reunite the divided island will become much slower and this could stifle momentum.
“I sincerely hope that within 2016 we will be presented with the results of the current intensive efforts to which the two leaders are committed,” Kasoulides told the Cyprus Weekly in an interview.
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