Cyprus Leaders Agreed to Meet
The two leaders of the divided Cyprus have agreed to resume reunification talks, breaking a nearly two-week stalemate that threatened to sink 19 months of solid progress, 570 News reports citing to the UN statement.
In a statement issued early on December 2, it is said Greek Cypriot President Nicos Anastasiades and breakaway Turkish Cypriot leader Mustafa Akinci agreed to meet in Geneva next month over four days to tackle the most difficult issues in the way of ending one of Europe’s most intractable conflicts.
According to the same statement the teams of negotiators from either side will step up meetings in Cyprus ahead of the Geneva summit to mark further progress on other issues that remain unresolved. The leaders will meet as necessary.
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