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Eide: Both leaders committed to peace process, nobody sees this process as over, terminated or suspended
CNA - CYPRUS/Nicosia 16/02/2017 22:33

Both leaders very strongly said that they are committed to this process and that nobody sees this process as over or terminated or suspended, UNSG Special Envoy for Cyprus Espen Barth Eide has said.

Speaking to the press on Thursday evening, following a meeting he had with President Anastasiades, Eide said that the next meeting between the two leaders is set to take place as scheduled, there have not been any cancellations and if there is a change, there will be announcements in due time.

The meeting took place following today’s meeting of the two leaders, from which Turkish Cypriot leader Mustafa Akinci walked away shortly after.


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