12° Nicosia,
16 May, 2021


Displaying results 61-90 of 96 matches for query UNSG.

61. Anastasiades meets May

62. The Guterres Framework

63. Requiem for the Missing

When I was writing in 1994 the lyrics to a song called “Tou Vagori” about 1619 missing persons in Cyprus, I never expected less than a year later I would be discovering completely by accident that the correct number was not 1619 and the Missing were not just Greek Cypriots...

64. Optimism an elusive concept party leaders argue

65. Anastasiades congratulates Tsipras on ratification of Prespes agreement

66. President Anastasiades holds talks with Greek PM

67. Spehar to brief UN Security Council on renewal of UNFICYP

68. UNFICYP report: Both sides demonstrated incomplete cooperation with the mission

69. Unofficial report says UNFICYP stays

70. UNFICYP report to be handed to Security Council members

71. Spehar: Cyprus should engage with Lute in a creative and constructive manner

72. We belong in different schools of thought

73. The critical presidential question

Andreas Paraschos takes a closer look at the latest political developments on the Cyprus issue, following a presidential press conference that left many with a smug on their face ...

74. Christodoulides optimistic about resumption of Cyprus talks

75. Jane Holl Lute to meet Cyprus leaders today

76. Anastasiades: Dherynia and Lefka Crossings to open 12 November

77. Whatever Guterres says he will be met with a yes

Last week was reminiscent of aerial dogfights even though there are essentially no Cypriot fighter jets here. We can put this down as a snag, but there’s a bigger issue here that pales in comparison to what lies ahead...

78. President: Failure in a new round of peace talks might change the basis of the dialogue

79. Anastasiades touches base with Tsipras

President Nicos Anastasiades is on a day visit Monday morning to Athens to meet Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras, just ten days before a number of meetings take place during the UN General Assembly, in New York...

80. End of an era might be near for UNFICYP warns Cyprus negotiator

81. UN keeps a lid on Cyprus talks guessing game

UN Spokesperson Stéphane Dujarric says the consultations of UNSG's special envoy on Cyprus Jane Holl Lute are under way to determine the future of the negotiations but there is nothing concrete to announce as of yet....

82. Stephen Lillie: There is only plan A for Cyprus

There is a clear plan A for Cyprus, that of a bi-zonal, bi-communal federation solution, and there is no plan B, UK High Commissioner in Nicosia, Stephen Lillie, has told the Cyprus News Agency (CNA), stressing that “for plan A to succeed the negotiations need to be well prepared, and the public opinion needs to be well prepared” as well....

83. US posture could overpower Cyprus solution agenda

Following July’s meeting with the two Cypriot leaders, sources say special UN envoy Jane Holl Lute appeared unconvinced regarding the basis for further peace talks and that a meeting in New York could be in the works to clarify once and for all...

84. Spehar holds separate meetings with Cypriot leaders

Elizabeth Spehar is laying the groundwork with separate meetings with the two Cypriot leaders, just weeks prior to UN special envoy Jane Holl Lute’s visit to the island...

85. UN sending envoy to Cyprus for consultations

UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres is sending a special envoy to Cyprus in the coming weeks, hoping to get crystal clear views from both sides in order to assess whether or not a new push for peace is possible...

86. UN sounds out both sides on July envoy visit

It appears that the United Nations have sounded out both sides in Cyprus regarding a UN special envoy, but sources say it is still unclear whether Turkey gave the nod...

87. Cyprus to undertake coordinating, regional role in addressing climate change

Cyprus, a country heavily affected by Climate Change, will be faced with more intense heat waves, droughts and perhaps even new diseases, Professor Costas Papanikolas, President of the Cyprus Institute (CyI) has told CNA, stressing the importance of the International Conference on Climate Change, organised recently by CyI, as well as the primary regional role of the Institute....

88. Cyprus peace talks in limbo until after Turkey elections

Negotiations for a solution of the Cyprus problem will not resume before the Turkish elections, which are scheduled for June 24, Greek Minister of Foreign Affairs Nikos Kotzias said...

89. Akinci dismisses zero troops and no security guarantees for Cyprus

Turkish Cypriot leader Mustafa Akinci has put to rest any ideas of ‘zero troops and zero guarantees’ in Cyprus, saying on Monday both communities on the divided island have suffered in the past and calling on Greek Cypriots to abandon maximalist positions...

90. Cypriot leaders have different versions of UN road map

Following a public spat between the two Cypriot leaders on the elusive ‘Guterres framework’, both sides on the divided island are trying to pin down the exact UN guidelines for resuming and potentially resolving the Cyprus problem...