KOTZIAS TO DISCUSS CYPRUS WITH GUTERRES AT NEW YORK MEETING

The Cyprus problem will be discussed during a meeting between the UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres and Greek Foreign Minister Nicos Kotzias on Sunday in New York. According to a UN source, Guterres expects to listen to the views of the parties involved, before activating anew his good offices mission for Cyprus, after the Conference […] The post Kotzias to discuss Cyprus with Guterres at New York meeting appeared first on Cyprus Mail...

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