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United Nations special adviser on the Cyprus issue Espen Barth Eide visited Athens this week to brief Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras and Foreign Minister Nikos Kotzias on the progress made during last month's intensive talks between the two leaders in Cyprus.
Eide said on Monday following his 2.5-hour meeting with Kotzias “the convergences already achieved are far beyond what has ever been agreed in direct conversations between the two sides.” However, he has also admitted that “there is still a lot of work ...
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