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UN Peacekeeping Force in Cyprus (UN-Geführt)
Ongoing talks to reunify Cyprus have hit a hard wall after the Turkish Cypriot side decided not to attend a scheduled meeting between the island's rival leaders over a Greek Cypriot decision to celebrate a nationalist commemoration at schools.
Greek, Turkish Cypriot leaders ask UN to preparenew international conference on security arrangements, with eye towards potentially resuming talks on reunification.
Welcoming the progress thus far in negotiations led by Turkish Cypriot and Greek Cypriot leaders, as well as ongoing efforts, the United Nations Security Council today encouraged the sides to “grasp the current opportunity with determination” to secure a comprehensive settlement in Cyprus.
Speaking in Geneva a day after the start of a United Nations-supported Conference on Cyprus, a UN advisor said the open and frank exchanges at the meeting’s opening confirmed two things: “first that there are difficult issues to overcome; and second that there is a will to overcome them.”
The Greek and Turkish Cypriot leaders have exchanged maps showing how much territory their communities would control on a reunified island, in a move that could be a major breakthrough towards a peace settlement. … A UN-chaired multilateral conference begins on Thursday with the three powers that...
The president of Northern Cyprus said yesterday (4 January) that a historic opportunity “should not be lost” on the Cyprus reunification talks in Geneva next week, according to the Turkish daily, Sabah.