Greek FM hopes Athens and Ankara will finally resolve the Cyprus issue

A representation of the Greek, left, and Cyprus flags are painted on a wall as a Greek Cypriot soldier is seen inside a guard post by the U.N controlled buffer zone as they cuts across the Cypriot divided capital Nicosia

NEW YORK (Sputnik) — Greece expects to move forward on the Cyprus issue with Turkey, and the atmosphere of the talks has improved, Greek Foreign Minister Nikos Kotzias said Friday.

“Cyprus is a major problem in the international sphere between Greece and Turkey. We need to solve this problem,” Kotzias told RIA Novosti. “The atmosphere is better now than before.”

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