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Man on a mission

Man on a mission

By Annie Charalambous Opposition Akel leader Andros Kyprianou hopes to have a “clearer picture” on the state of play of the UN-brokered Cyprus peace talks after his visit to Turkey next week. “I can’t pre-judge the outcome of the visit, I’m not going to say big words, at least we will have a clearer picture

Akel leader meets President before Turkey visit

Opposition Akel leader Andros Kyprianou on Friday met with President Nicos Anastasiades to coordinate action before his visit next week to Istanbul for talks on the Cyprus problem. Kyprianou was accompanied by left-wing Akel’s Cyprus problem office head Toumazos Tselepis who is a constitutional law expert. Asked if, after the briefing by the President, he

AKEL delegation headed by Andros Kyprianou to visit Turkey on 23rd January

AKEL leader Andros Kyprianou has accepted an invitation to meet Turkish Foreign minister Mevlut Cavusoglu, and will visit Turkey on January 23, he announced on Friday. Speaking at a New Year’s event at AKEL’s headquarters, Kyprianou said he has already been in touch with President Nicos Anastasiades, to arrange a meeting to prepare for the

Cavusoglu invites Kyprianou to Turkey to discuss Cyprus problem

Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu has invited AKEL leader Andros Kyprianou to Istanbul this month to exchange views on the Cyprus issue, CyBC reported on Saturday. The report said the invitation was extended through the Turkish Cypriot chief negotiator Ozdil Nami. Read the rest on: http://cyprus-mail.com/2016/01/02/cavusoglu-invites-kyprianou-to-turkey-to-discuss-cyprus/

Davutoglu:Cyprus current negotiations constitute last chance for solution

According to illegal Bayrak television (01.12.15), Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu, in statements to Esenboga airport prior to his departure for the “TRNC”, the first “visit” his paying “abroad” after the establishment of the 64th Turkish Government, stated that Turkey and the “TRNC” will exchange views on the further strengthening of their ties. Pointing to

Akel’s terms have been already satisfied

Red lines Andros Kyprianou, the leader of Akel, has a good reason to be pleased these days. The President, Nicos Anastasiades, briefs him on Cyprob and seemingly listens to Andros’ views when they meet at the Palace on a one-to-one basis. Anastasiades knows that without Akelite support he won’t be able to sell an agreement

Tsipras says Barbaros must leave for talks to resume

Greek Prime Minister Alexia Tsipras was quoted on Friday as saying it was important that the Turkish seismic vessel Barbaros leave the sea area around Cyprus so that talks could resume. Tsipras who is due in Cyprus on Monday on his first official visit abroad since being elected on an anti-bailout platform last Sunday, gave