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Cypriot parties briefed by chambers of commerce from both communities

Greek Cypriot and Turkish Cypriot political parties were given a briefing on the cooperation of the chambers of commerce of their respective communities and about what they are doing to help the re-unification process.

The politicians meet regularly at the Ledra Palace hotel in the UN-controlled buffer zone under the aegis of the Slovak embassy in Nicosia.

“The President of the Cyprus Chamber of Commerce and Industry (KEBE), Phidias Pilides and the President of the Turkish Cypriot Chamber of Commerce (KTTO), Fikri Toros attended today`s special meeting of the political parties organized by the Slovak embassy in its capacity as a hosting party,” CNA reported, adding that “a press release issued after the meeting said that ‘The invitation of Presidents of both chambers as guest speakers followed an internal discussion between the political parties.'”

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