“I don’t expect any significant, if any, change,” AHEPA Supreme President John Galinis said after a meeting in Nicosia with President Nicos Anastasiades.
Galinis, who is heading a delegation visiting Cyprus, also told reporters that with the President they discussed the remaining challenges on the UN-brokered Cyprus peace process.
“It (the process) is moving forward and we are very supportive of Cyprus. The Greek and the Cypriot community in America will be very much in support of whatever the people want and agree to with the Turkish side,” he said.
“I would say I am optimistic because there is so much to gain from both parties that it would be a shame and a tragedy that they couldn’t arrive in something that is mutually agreeable,” he added.
The AHEPA leader argued that it could be a win – win situation for both sides and that is why he is optimistic.
“But there are still many challenges, such as territory, citizenship and other,” he added.