The letter was sent on Wednesday to the 27 other EU member states, as well as to the leaders of the Cypriot political forces
Anastasiades: "I have repeated that on our side we are ready to start from where the dialogue on Krans Montana ended in July"
FYROM's PM stated that he hopes a commonly accepted solution will be found
Kotzias & Dimitrov focused on the advancement of bilateral relations & cooperation in a wider context related to the ongoing Confidence Building Measures (CBMs)
UK Minister for Europe Sir Alan Duncan had been representing the British government during the failed peace talks at Crans-Montana
Four Cypriot MEP’s are pointing out the obvious to Europe
Turkey toughened its stance, asking for 1.800 soldiers to be stationed permanently on the island!