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Kyprianou briefs Anastasiades on Istanbul visit

Kyprianou briefs Anastasiades on Istanbul visit

AKEL chief Andros Kyprianou on Tuesday briefed President Nicos Anastasiades on his visit to Istanbul last weekend where he met Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu and Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu. Kyprianou is also expected to brief the leaders of the other political parties, starting next week with ruling DISY leader Averof Neophytou. Speaking after Tuesday’s

Cavusoglu says Turkey will ‘do its part’ for a Cyprus solution

Turkish Foreign Minister Melvut Cavusoglu arrived in the north on Thursday for meeting with the Turkish Cypriot leadership. After a meeting with Turkish Cypriot leader Mustafa Akinci he said that the progress made in the Cyprus negotiations gave him hope for a settlement. Read the rest on: http://cyprus-mail.com/2015/11/26/cavusoglu-in-cyprus/

Dark Room and Ups & Downs

Not easy As far as Cyprob discussions are concerned, confidence-building measures, CBMs, have been the most talked about subject. High politics, like opening of Varosha, the closed town of Famagusta is not on the cards. It has to wait until the end. On the table are “small” CBMs, gestures that would make people’s everyday lives

Cavusoglu:Turkey more determined than ever to resolve the Cyprus issue

  Negotiations have started again in Cyprus. There are some statements from the Southern Cyprus administration that Turkey’s blockade in entering the EU may be lifted. What are your comments on this subject? Cyprus is not a criteria in Turkey’s official negotiations with the EU; however, it is usually discussed. The EU is trying to

Turkey, Greece bless restart of Cyprus talks

Turkey and Greece have expressed hope over soon-to-begin reunification talks in Cyprus, welcoming a decision by both parties to restart negotiations after pro-solution Mustafa Akıncı’s election as the new Turkish Cypriot president. “The resumption of negotiations is an important development. We have the will for a settlement in Cyprus. I would like to express my