Turkish, Greek Cyprus finalize power-sharing chapter
Turkish and Greek Cypriot leaders met for the sixteenth time under the full-fledged talks aiming to reunify the divided island of Cyprus.
Turkish and Greek Cypriot leaders met for the sixteenth time on Friday under the full-fledged talks aiming to reunify the divided island of Cyprus.
President Mehmet Ali Talat of the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus (TRNC) and Greek Cypriot leader Demetris Christofias completed debating the "administration and power-sharing" chapter during today's talks at the buffer zone in Lefkosa.
Delivering a statement following the meeting, Alexander Downer, special Cyprus envoy of the UN secretary-general, said that the two leaders had fruitful talks especially after the positive atmosphere achieved during their latest meeting on Monday.
Downer said representatives of the two leaders and experts would now give the final touches to the "administration and power-sharing" chapter, and afterwards, the two leaders will meet again on January 28.
Talat and Christofias are expected to start discussing the "Property" issue during their upcoming gathering.
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