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Security Council extends mandate of UN peacekeeping force in Cyprus (27.07.2017)

The Security Council today renewed the mandate of the United Nations peacekeeping mission in Cyprus for six months, until 31 January 2018, following the recent failure to reach a settlement to the longstanding conflict between Greek Cypriots and Turkish Cypriots on the Mediterranean island.

Not the time for a 'blame game,' urges UN Special Advisor on Cyprus (18.07.2017)

Speaking to the media following his briefing to the United Nations Security Council, the Special Adviser to the Secretary-General on Cyprus, Espen Barth Eide, urged all sides to work collectively and to build on the achievements thus far. … “We have to admit that there was a collective failure at...

Cyprus reunification talks collapse amid angry scenes (07.07.2017)

What had been billed as the best chance to reunify Cyprus has collapsed spectacularly, fuelling fears that the Mediterranean island is heading towards permanent partition. UN-sponsored talks held in the Swiss Alps for the past 10 days were brought to an abrupt halt on Friday after negotiations...

Top UN official hoped to clinch Cyprus peace deal (06.07.2017)

United Nations mediators brought in the U.N.'s highest official in a last-minute push for a peace deal in Cyprus on Thursday, hoping he would clinch an agreement between the opposing Greek Cypriot and Turkish sides. It was the second time in a week negotiators drafted in U.N. Secretary-General...

Renewed Cyprus talks set to begin in Switzerland (28.06.2017)

The Greek and Turkish leaders of divided Cyprus have headed to Switzerland to launch fresh reunification talks, described by United Nations envoy Espen Barth Eide as the "most complex" round in a series of discussions to solve a decades-old dispute.

UN chief Guterres meets with Greek Cypriot and Turkish Cypriot leaders (05.06.2017)

Following a meeting with the Greek Cypriot and Turkish Cypriot leaders, United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres announced that they had agreed on the need to reconvene the Conference on Cyprus in June, in line with the 12 January statement of the conference.