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New EU-Turkey dialogue an incentive for new beginning on Cyprus problem, President says
CNA - Elias Mavrokefalos - Cyprus/Νicosia 16/07/2017 14:46

New EU-Turkey dialogue will be an incentive for a new beginning on Cyprus problem, President of the Republic of Cyprus Nicos Anastasiades has stated.
In an interview to Sunday’s newspaper “Kathimerini”, his first after the conclusion of Crans-Monata Conference on Cyprus, speaks about what happened during the Conference, the reasons the Conference did not conclude successfully and the framework of the “next day” regarding the Cyprus problem.
“What is important and might create a new perspective is the effort of the two communities to live or develop the conditions so that the new state of affairs as a result of an agreed solution, will create a truly independent state” he noted and underlined that dialogue between Turkey and the EU either for the Customs Union or for the special relationship that Turkey seeks with the EU, could be the motive for a new begin


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