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The historic Conference on Cyprus, launched last week in Geneva to discuss the issues of security and guarantees, ended on Thursday without a deal but with a decision to continue discussions at a technical level on Jan 18 before re-convening at a political level again.
Athens and Nicosia are now preparing for these technical level talks, which will involve members of negotiating teams representing all the interested parties who will discuss the critical issues of security and guarantees.
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