“The climate, the tone, the way people spoke about each other and to each other didn’t sound like people that were about to unify their homeland”What prevented the solution, in the Crans Montana talks on Cyprus, was not what could have been the final outcome but the inability to get to that final outcome, UN Secretary General’s Special Advisor on Cyprus Espen Barth Eide has told CNA in an interview, after the collapse of the week-long talks in the Swiss ski resort.
UN Secretary General will have consultations with all concerned before the next step – Turkey proved once more unreliable, by insisting on troops and guaranteesUN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres is going to have a number of consultations with all concerned before the next step in the Cyprus issue after the collapse of the Crans Montana Conference on Thursday, said his Spokesperson Stephane Dujarric answering to CNA` s questions during the briefing of the correspondents on Friday.
Thirty six members of the U.S. House of Representatives in a letter the cosign, encourage U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson to continue active engagement by the State Department in the Eastern Mediterranean, and in particular to urge a strong stance against rhetoric and provocations that threaten the spirit of cooperation and progress that has emerged in the region in recent years.
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