Squaring the circle after Geneva

By Achilleas Demetriades The United Nations Secretary-General, Antonio Guterres, salvaged the process after failing to reach adequate common ground in Geneva. He did not give up and thus afforded what is perhaps


Cyprus on the road to nowhere

It didn’t take a clairvoyant to predict the circus in Geneva would demand a repeat performance as the international community ran out of patience and ideas on the Cyprus conundrum. After three


Geneva summit finds no common ground

A crunch Geneva summit on resuming Cyprus talks after four years in limbo ended without a breakthrough on Thursday, the United Nations conceded. The UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres said there was not


UN searching for common ground

The UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres is trying to determine whether there is common ground on what should be achieved at the 5+1 Cyprus conference in Geneva later this month. In preparation, UN

UN envoy in Cyprus ahead of Geneva summit

President Nicos Anastasiades will tell visiting UN envoy he is ready to attend a Cyprus summit in Geneva to end the current deadlock so settlement talks can resume after a four-year lull.

Crossing the trust bridge to Geneva

In a world where optimism is in shorter supply than a COVID-19 vaccine, it seems almost masochistic to believe that anything positive can come out of the UN-hosted Cyprus conference to be


Cyprus, Greece welcome UN summit

Cyprus and Greece have said they will attend a five-party conference called by the United Nations in Geneva in late April. President Nicos Anastasiades said he would participate at the UN-hosted informal

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