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UN Peacekeeping Force in Cyprus (UN-Geführt)
Noting the “best efforts” of the Turkish Cypriot leader and the Greek Cypriot leader at the United Nations-brokered talks held recently in Switzerland, Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon urged them to continue their efforts in line with their shared commitment to do their utmost in order to reach a...
Negotiations to end the decades-old division of Cyprus broke down on Tuesday, with the two sides still far apart and no date set for a new round of talks.
Following five days of the United Nations-brokered reunification talks that generated “significant progress,” the leaders of the Turkish Cypriot and Greek Cypriot communities have decided to take a recess and reconvene on 20 November.
United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon offered his “full support” to the talks between the Greek Cypriot leader and the Turkish Cypriot leader, concentrated on the chapter of territory, as well as other outstanding issues interdependently, kicked off today in Switzerland.
[…] The Swiss meeting will focus on proposed territorial trade-offs but will not be a make-or-break affair resulting in a fully fledged agreement, the Norwegian diplomat [Espen Barth Eide, special adviser to the UN Secretary-General] said at a conference.
The leaders of ethnically divided Cyprus' Greek and Turkish speaking communities have agreed to conduct a key phase of reunification talks in Mont Pelerin, Switzerland, next month, a United Nations spokesman said Wednesday.
A settlement to Cypriot dispute ‘closer than ever before, but there’s still a way to go’ (28.09.2016)
Interview with Espen Barth Eide, Special Advisor of the Secretary-General on Cyprus.