NICOSIA - The Turkish Cypriot side has rejected the latest proposal by the government on the wording of a joint declaration to pave the way for UN-brokered Cyprus peace talks to resume.
And it has submitted no new one which means that the final whistle appears to have been blown, insiders said yesterday.
In addition, the head of the President’s diplomatic office, Nicos Christodoulides told state television on Thursday evening that one thing is clear now.
“We are all waiting for the next United Nations’ next move. They are fully informed of latest developments,” he also said.
President Anastasiades has called a meeting of the National Council on Wednesday morning to exchange views on the state of play of the stalled peace process.