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Cyprus talks suspended
Greek Cypriot President Nicos Anastasiades has pulled out of talks with Turkish Cypriot President Dervii Eroğlu for the time being, according to the Cyprus News Agency, quoting AKEL leader Andros Kyprianou after a meeting at the palace with party leaders.

Greek Cypriot President Nicos Anastasiades has pulled out of talks with Turkish Cypriot President Dervii Eroğlu for the time being, according to the Cyprus News Agency, quoting AKEL leader Andros Kyprianou after a meeting at the palace with party leaders.

The leaders were due to meet on Thursday. Reports also said that chief negotiator Andreas Mavroyiannis would also halt meetings with his Turkish Cypriot counterpart Kudret Özersay


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2 November 2014, Sunday
jc         - africa
mr anastassiades should have carried on with the negotiation-and behaved in a statesmanlike manner,the vessell in the eez is less of a threat than 40 000 turkish troops in north cyprus. threats will always be there -but our politicians are not mature and throw their toys out of the cot for any excuse. . by continuing the negotiation he could have shown turkey and all cypriots that he was sincere- the ship could always leave in a matter of hours if it needed to.
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