Still no agreement on Pyla road

Government spokesman Konstantinos Letymbiotis said there is no agreement on the Pyla road dispute despite the Turkish Cypriot media saying a deal has been reached and construction will resume on Monday. On

A deep dive into Pyla crisis

The unprecedented attack by the Turkish Cypriots against members of UNFICYP in the buffer zone highlights their efforts to challenge the functions of the UN force in Cyprus by a decision to


President seeks UN meeting with Tatar

President Nikos Christodoulides has requested that UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres host a three-way meeting with him and the Turkish Cypriot leader to revive dormant peace talks. In a letter to the UN

UN exploring common ground

The United Nations is continually engaged with the parties to explore common ground on the way forward on the Cyprus issue, said UN Secretary-General’s Spokesperson Stephane Dujarric. He said the recent visit

UN chief focused on Cyprus

Senior UN official Miroslav Jenča said everything is being done to break the six-year deadlock and help the sides resume Cyprus negotiations. He met President Nikos Christodoulides in Nicosia on Monday to

UN holds contacts on Pyla dispute

UN head of Mission Colin Stewart continues discussions with both sides in Cyprus to find a mutually acceptable way forward in the Pyla buffer zone row. Well-informed sources told the Cyprus News

UN Security Council condemns Pyla violence

Members of the Security Council condemned the violent incidents in the Pyla buffer zone, with assaults by Turkish Cypriots against UN peacekeepers, reiterating their full support for UNFICYP. After a long meeting with several

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