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Low expectations for progress in new round of UN-led Cyprus talks
The new United Nations-led talks on the Cyprus issue are to take place between April 27-29 at the Palais de Nations in Geneva, but with no real hope of any substantial progress on a matter that has been unresolved for almost 60 years.
“In 2017, the Turks in Crans Montana were open to dialogue and the table was turned after the abandonment of talks by Greek leader Nikos Anastasiadis. Afterward, the Turks assessed the situation, concluding, ‘Now there is no hope for an agreement on a f...
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