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United Nations Special Adviser on Cyprus, Espen Barth Eide made the first official visit of 2016 to the Greek Foreign Ministry last week for talks with Nikos Kotzias, perhaps indicating that the Cyprus issue will be one of Athens’s priorities in the months to come.
Eide said during his visit that his main aim was to discuss developments with regards to the ongoing negotiations in Cyprus but most of all to prepare the guarantor powers (Greece, Turkey and the UK) in case they have to become more actively involved in...
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