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No connection between postponement of Kerry`s visit and Cyprus`peace talks

No connection between postponement of Kerry`s visit and Cyprus`peace talks

Government Spokesman Nikos Christodoulides said on Saturday that the President will brief the political parties on the negotiations after the conclusion of the intensified round of talks, which takes place this month. What is important is for the negotiations to bear fruit, he said, adding that if there is an outcome after the six UN-led

Cypriot parties discuss ‘hot’ issues relating to peace process

Cypriot political parties on Wednesday held a debate called ‘Having a hot discussion on the Cyprus question may help’, as part of regular meetings on the Cyprus problem. Leaders and representatives of Greek Cypriot and Turkish Cypriot political parties met at the Ledra Palace hotel, in the UN controlled buffer zone, under the auspices of

Anastasiades’ UN speech ‘tragic’, rejectionist parties say

THE GOVERNMENT on Wednesday was left defending President Nicos Anastasiades’ speech to the UN General Assembly on Tuesday after the rejectionist parties slammed it, a day after they welcomed reports that he would publicly state his ‘red lines’ on the Cyprus issue to world leaders. According to the parties, Anastasiades had not gone far enough

Hammond unlikely to be here on April 1

DESPITE the political hysteria caused by reports that British Foreign Secretary Phillip Hammond planned to meet Turkish Cypriot leader Dervis Eroglu on April 1 – the 60th anniversary of the armed struggle against British colonial rule – it looks likely he will not even be in Cyprus on that date, if at all. If Hammond

Questionnaire prepared by the Cypriot Puzzle

Political Party Questionnaire

We have created a comprehensive online questionnaire, which covers most of the issues on the negotiating table of the “Cyprus problem” With this questionnaire, we are trying to collect the views of as many organised youth groups in Cyprus and present it in a comprehensible medium to the public, mainly focusing on Cypriot youngsters. The