Showing posts with label joint declaration. Show all posts
Showing posts with label joint declaration. Show all posts

Monday, February 24, 2014

UN hosts meeting with Greek Cypriot, Turkish Cypriot negotiators


24 February 2014 – “Substantive discussions” started today in the resumed talks aimed at reaching a comprehensive settlement of the Cyprus problem, a United Nations spokesperson confirmed, following a meeting today between Greek Cypriot negotiator Andreas Mavroyiannis and his Turkish Cypriot counterpart, Kudret Özersay.
“They completed their exchange of views on process and started substantive discussions on issues connected to different chapters,” said the spokesperson for the Secretary General’s Good Offices Mission in Cyprus.

Friday, February 21, 2014

Visits by Greek Cypriot Negotiator to Ankara and Turkish Cypriot Negotiator to Athens. -Press Statement, Marie Harf, Deputy Department Spokesperson


Office of the Spokesperson,Washington, DC. -
"The United States welcomes the announcement of the February 27 visits by the lead Greek Cypriot negotiator to Ankara and the lead Turkish Cypriot negotiator to Athens. 

These unprecedented visits, following the agreement on a Joint Declaration and the resumption of negotiations last week, represent another important step forward in achieving a just and lasting Cyprus settlement.

Friday, February 14, 2014

Turkish FM: EU's 'principled attitude' vital in Cyprus talks

Davutoglu notes a 'positive momentum' in terms of resolving the Cyprus conflict and calls for a just attitude from the EU.
ANKARA
The European Union (EU) should take a just, principled and determined stance in the Cyprus issue and not favor the "Greek Cypriot administration" during the ongoing peace talks just because it is a member country, Turkey's foreign minister said Friday.

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