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Greek PM’s Upcoming Meeting on Cyprus’ Future

Greek PM Mitsotakis’ meeting with UN SecretaryGeneral Guterres will focus on reigniting negotiations for a sustainable resolution to the Cyprus problem, aligning with UN resolutions. The urgency of the talks is emphasized, with hopes for a potential turning point in Cyprus’ future after five decades of division.

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Holguin’s Goals Block Out Two States

The Republic of Cyprus, with the support of UN envoy Maria Angela Holguin, stands against a twostate solution for the Cyprus issue, advocating for a unified Cyprus within the EU. Diplomatic efforts under Holguin’s guidance aim to restart negotiations for a mutually beneficial resolution, pushing back against Turkish demands for division.

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President Briefs National Council on UN Developments

President Nikos Christodoulides briefed the National Council on recent UN developments in Cyprus, including reports from UN envoy Maria Angela Holguin and upcoming negotiations. Cyprus is coordinating efforts with Greece and the EU to address property rights issues and regional conflicts, amidst debates on the impact on Cypriot diplomacy and interests.

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Escalating Tensions in Cyprus: UN Observations

The UN is closely monitoring rising tensions in Cyprus, emphasizing the need to avoid actions that may exacerbate strain. SecretaryGeneral Antonio Guterres calls for dialogue, consensusbuilding, and reduced militarization to pave the way for a peaceful resolution in the region.

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Paphos Man Detained for Excessive DUI

A 68yearold Paphos man was detained for excessive DUI after blowing a breathalyzer result of 97 milligrams of alcohol per 100 milliliters of breath, far surpassing the legal limit of 22 milligrams. Facing potential legal consequences such as heavy fines, imprisonment, and license revocation, this incident serves as a stark reminder of the dangers of drunk driving and the importance of road safety.

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How Impartial Can the UN in Cyprus Really Be?

The UN’s impartiality in Cyprus is in question due to unique funding arrangements with Cyprus and Greece, as well as actions by envoys like Maria Angela Holguin. To uphold impartiality, the UN must prioritize transparency, balanced financial contributions, and a strict adherence to peacekeeping principles.

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UN Envoy Optimistic About A Cyprus Resolution

The UN is hopeful for a resolution in Cyprus, as demonstrated by Colin Stewart, the UN SecretaryGeneral’s Special Representative. Through the unveiling of a monument honoring peacekeepers in Cyprus, the UN reaffirms its commitment to fostering peace and stability in the region.

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Constructive Dialogue: UN Envoy Meets Cypriot President

UN envoy Maria Angela Holguin met with Cypriot President Nikos Christodoulides in a “constructive” dialogue to promote peace in Cyprus. She also engaged with Turkish Cypriot leader Ersin Tatar and key international stakeholders, aiming to revive negotiations and support the island’s reunification efforts.

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