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[Video] SG Special Adviser Espen Barth Eide and SRSG Lisa Buttenheim on Cyprus

[Video] SG Special Adviser Espen Barth Eide and SRSG Lisa Buttenheim on Cyprus

Espen Barth Eide (SG Special Adviser) and Lisa Buttenheim (SRSG) on Cyprus – Security Council Media Stakeout 15 Jan 2016 – Informal comments to the media by Mr. Espen Barth Eide, Special Adviser to the Secretary-General on Cyprus and Lisa Buttenheim, Special Representative of the Secretary-General and Head of the United Nations Peacekeeping Force in Cyprus (UNFICYP).

Eide met with Akinci on how to progress on the remaining issues in the Cyprus talks

Turkish Cypriot daily Afrika newspaper (17.12.15) reports that the UN Secretary General’s Special Adviser on Cyprus Espen Barth Eide held yesterday a two-hour meeting with Turkish Cypriot leader Mustafa Akinci. The meeting took place at the so-called presidential palace. The aim of the meeting was to discuss the preparatory works for the leaders’ meeting next

Eide:The key goal is that both communities need to feel secure not only today but in the long run

Turkish Cypriot daily Havadis (11.12.15) reports that United Nations Secretary-General’s Special Adviser on Cyprus Espen Barth Eide said that if the property issue is solved, then the solution will come. Speaking in an interview to the Ankara Anatolia news agency after wrapping up his talks with Turkish officials, Eide said that “a solid conclusion on

[Video] Espen Barth Eide talks about trust and leadership in the Cyprus talks

UN Special Adviser on Cyprus, Espen Barth Eide expressed he is optimistic on the Cyprus solution. Eide, in an interview with the UN channel, talked about trust and leadership in the dialogue process on the island, although he admits that there is still a long way until reaching a solution. See more at: http://www.sigmalive.com/en/news/politics/137230/eide-talks-about-trust-and-leadership-in-the-cyprus-talks#.dpuf  

The Public Debate on Cyprus Needs More Accurate Information

The last year was not one particularly full of good news in the eastern Mediterranean. The rise of ISIS, the economic crisis in Greece, the humanitarian catastrophe that is the refugee crisis, and political instability in Turkey are just few of the issues that make the region volatile. With this as a backdrop, the current