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Restart stalled peace talks immediately: Cyprus president


The Greek Cypriot President of ethnically divided Cyprus is calling for an immediate restart of stalled reunification talks as the leader of the breakaway Turkish Cypriots looks to a resumption of negotiations after April 7.

President Nicos Anastasiades said today talks should focus on proposals that serve the interests of all Cypriots, not third countries an indirect reference to Turkey which seeks to keep troops and military intervention rights on Cyprus as part of any peace accord reunifying the island as a federation.

A United Nations-hosted dinner for the two leaders tomorrow aims to clinch a swift restart of talks that broke down in February amid a squabble over Cyprus’ troubled history.

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