Cyprus's Greek and Turkish leaders edge closer to ending conflict

Talks to reunite island reaches critical juncture in Geneva as leaders tackle question of territorial realignment One of the west’s most intractable disputes has edged closer to resolution with the leaders of Cyprus’s Greek and Turkish communities discussing the critical issue of territorial realignment on the third day of peace talks in Geneva. As the latest push to reunite the island reached a critical juncture, Nicos Anastasiades and Mustafa Akıncı moved to the make-or-break issue of territorial trade-offs in an envisioned two-state federation. Related: Cyprus peace talks – all you need to...


Cyprus's Greek and Turkish leaders edge closer to ending conflict


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