Newsroom / CNA
The UN Secretary-General’s special envoy Jane Holl Lute is expected to visit Cyprus in March for preparatory meetings with both leaders ahead of the informal five-party meeting on the Cyprus Problem that will likely be held in Geneva at the end of April.
The Cyprus News Agency (CNA) said Monday that a well-informed source said the practical details of Lute’s visit have yet to be set in stone, “but the visit will probably take place during the second week of March.”
Meanwhile, the group of legal and constitutional experts set up to advise President Anastasiades in his handling of negotiations are scheduled to convene anew on Monday afternoon.
Government spokesperson Kyriacos Koushos told CNA last Friday that the members of the team have already examined various issues tabled before them and have begun to discuss the results of the work they have already done, adding that the meeting on Monday will tackle certain legal issues concerning the substance of the Cyprus problem and the informal meeting.
Koushios added that Anastasiades has already met with the negotiating team and intends to use the expertise and knowledge of its members, particularly in areas they have already dealt with.