UN Envoy for Cyprus Cites Constructive Discussion with FM Kotzias

UN Envoy for Cyprus Cites Constructive Discussion with FM Kotzias

Greek Foreign Minister Nikos Kotzias on Tuesday received UN Secretary General’s Special Adviser on Cyprus, Espen Barth Eide at the foreign ministry, for a discussion that Eide later described as constructive.
Leaving the meeting, which had focused on the latest developments in talks to solve the Cyprus problem, Eide expressed satisfaction with the significant progress made on a number of issues, though there were still outstanding issues that remained to be settled. Some of these had international repercussions, he added, including the chapter of security and guarantees and how the two communities on Cyprus can live together in such as way that the security of one does not create insecurity for the other.
Eide said he saw real will to find a functional solution on both sides, adding that there were ideas "outside the box" on how to create a viable federal bizonal and bicommunal state, in accordance with European values and practices for the prosperity and progress of all on Cyprus.


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