NICOSIA – President Anastasiades and Turkish Cypriot leader Dervis Eroglu will meet on Monday, June 2, to push ahead with UN-brokered Cyprus peace talks, it was announced on Tuesday.
The news broke out on Tuesday after a long meeting between the divided island’s two negotiators – Andreas Mavroyiannis for the Greek Cypriot side and his Turkish Cypriot counterpart Kudret Ozersay.
Government spokesman Nicos Christodoulides did not elaborate on the crucial leaders’ meeting which was arranged the day before US Vice President Joe Biden is to visit the island.
Christodoulides only said that the negotiators had discussed issues related to a federated Cyprus’ foreign affairs. As well as the thorny property issue.
And that the negotiators will meet again on Friday, May 30, while experts on property will exchange views between them sometime next week.