UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres is committed to staying engaged in reigniting the moribund Cyprus peace process; a senior diplomat has told Cypriot leaders. Top UN official Miroslav Jenca is on the island
EU leaders on Friday met in Prague in a bid to bridge divisions on how to tackle soaring energy prices as they grapple with the fallout from Russia’s war on Ukraine, with
UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres prompted Cypriot leaders to encourage more direct contact and cooperation between the divided communities as the climate of trust worsens. He urged President Nicos Anastasiades and Turkish Cypriot
Draft conclusions of the upcoming European Council contain concerns expressed by the EU over Turkey’s tension-raising behaviour in the Aegean and East Med. These concerns were brought before Tuesday’s General Affairs Council
Cypriot leaders held a rare meeting where they pledged to promote the participation of women in a United Nations-led Cyprus peace efforts that have stalled, officials said. There have only been a
United Nations envoy Colin Stewart hosted a reception for the Cypriots leaders in the buffer zone to defrost Cyprus negotiations reminding them the UNSG has a personal interest in breaking the deadlock.
On Tuesday evening, President Nicos Anastasiades and Turkish Cypriot leader Ersin Tatar will attend a social reception hosted by the UN in the Nicosia buffer zone to help rekindle moribund Cyprus talks.
Cypriot leaders have responded positively to the UN’s intention to organise a reception at Nicosia’s Ledra Palace, on 14 December, in a rare social gathering of the two sides. Cyprus President Nicos
The 8th trilateral summit between Cyprus, Greece and Israel takes place on Tuesday, in Jerusalem, to focus on developments in the Eastern Mediterranean, cooperation on environmental protection, energy and renewables. President Nicos
President Nicos Anastasiades confirmed a trilateral meeting on the Cyprus issue would be held in New York, on the sidelines of the UN General Assembly later this month. Anastasiades told reporters in