In statements after his return to the north after the dinner hosted by UN Special Representative Elizabeth Spehar at her residence, Akinci said: “During the meeting tonight we have found out where we stand. This was a necessary meeting and should have been held. It was important to have a clear view for the...
Following Monday night’s dinner with President Nicos Anastasiades, which was aimed at seeing how Cyprus talks could be resumed, Turkish Cypriot leader Mustafa Akinci had been no change in the stance of either side since the last round of negotiations failed in Crans-Montana last year.
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