Asked on his return to the presidential palace if there was any common ground, Anastasiades said “only if you consider common ground to be the realisation that both sides...
As was widely expected, Monday night’s dinner between the two leaders and the special representative of the UN did not come to anything. The well-documented gulf that separated President Anastasiades and Mustafa Akinci was confirmed before they had sat at the dinner table. According to a brief statement read by Elizabeth Spehar, they “had a frank and open exchange of views during a two-hour tete-a-tete discussion.”
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