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Anastasiades: too early to talk about amounts involved in cost of solution

Anastasiades: too early to talk about amounts involved in cost of solution

President Nicos Anastasiades said on Sunday it was too early to talk about how much a solution would cost without having structured the various elements involved in a settlement that would need financing. Anastasiades was speaking to reporters after attending a Maronite church service in Nicosia to mark the feast day of St Maron and

The economics of a solution

By Costas Apostolides The economics of a Cyprus settlement have come to the fore this week because both Nicos Anastasiades and Mustafa Akinci were invited to the Davos Economic Forum to meet with the United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki moon and various political and economic leaders, and consider the economics and financial aspects of

UK interested in Cyprus solution compensation

The British government is gearing up to send financial experts to look into the matter of compensation in a bid to try and boost the ongoing peace talks in Cyprus. According to reports in Phileleftheros on Monday, British Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond had spoken extensively with high ranking officials during his recent visit to Nicosia

BKP evaluated the Cyprus problem and the property issue

Under the title: “The choice of the compensation in the property issue will ease the solution”, Turkish Cypriot daily Yeni Duzen newspaper (09.10.15) reports that the United Cyprus Party (BKP), in a written statement said, that the discussion on the property issue within the framework of the Cyprus negotiation talks is in the most critical

CoE calls on Turkey to pay compensation to Cyprus with interest due

The Committee of Ministers of the Council of Europe asked Turkey to pay compensation awarded by the European Court of Human Rights to applicants from Cyprus “without further delay” and with “the default interest due”. The deputies of the 47 member states reviewed on Thursday the progress Ankara has made in implementing the Strasbourg-based court`s