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Αn effort to move close towards the reunification of Cyprus concluded in the early hours on Friday when United Nations Secretary General Antonio Guterres announced the collapse of talks after nine days in Crans-Montana, Switzerland.
Following a stormy session during dinner he hosted, Guterres kept his distance from both sides, wishing “the best for all the Cypriots, north and south.” He clarified that this effort in resolving the Cyprus issue ended without leaving any chance for a ...
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