After talks collapse uncertainty and tension loom


BEFORE the start of the conference on Cyprus, Espen Barth Eide, in one of the many interviews he gave, said that if the two sides failed to reach an agreement the Cyprus issue could be deemed ‘unsolvable’ and the UN would give up on its peace efforts. More about the UN’s intentions will come to light after Eide briefs the Security Council in a couple of weeks, but it seems highly unlikely the much-maligned Eide will keep the role of special advisor after this.

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