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Anastasiades Expressed Talks Hope

 

Nicos Anastasiades, the President of the Republic of Cyprus expressed his hope on October 31 “that the intensification of the UN-backed talks, as agreed yesterday between him and Turkish Cypriot leader Mustafa Akinci, will create, in the next months, the elements that will allow us to finally witness the termination of the Turkish occupation, the restoration of all human rights and the creation of the conditions that will lead to a modern, European state, where citizens will not fall short of human rights compared to their fellow European citizens,” CNA reported.

Anastasiades was speaking to the press during the inauguration of an agricultural museum at the village of Pera Pedi in Limassol.

Anastasiades, according to CNA, “pointed out that his vision as well as the vision of all the political parties, is to see those conditions be created, through the reunification of our country, for a sustainable economy and the prospect for a bright future.”

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