Regaining credibility in Europe, UN

Recent events have raised concerns about the government’s ability to handle the serious issues the country is facing. Efforts to cover up the huge responsibilities of the “Governing Trio” of Anastasiades, Christodoulides

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Cyprus division – deeper, wider, longer

Under normal circumstances, there is no rational endeavour that should encourage revisiting the diplomatic graveyard of the Cyprus problem so early into another miserable year. We have lived so long with division

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UN: Mistrust deepens in Cyprus talks void

UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres says there is deepening mistrust among Greek and Turkish Cypriots while encouraging leaders to maintain dialogue and engage. His report recommended the Security Council extend the mandate of

Small steps after leaders reception

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.

Rival Cypriot leaders to attend UN event

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

Cyprus stuck without UN envoy

President Nicos Anastasiades criticised the Turkish side for preventing UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres from appointing a new special envoy for Cyprus as a successor to Jane Hall Lute. Lute, appointed in 2018,

Poland says UN resolutions best for Cyprus

Cyprus can count on Poland’s support when respecting international law and UN resolutions, the country’s President, Andrzej Duda, said on Thursday during an official visit. After a meeting with President Nicos Anastasiades,

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