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Cyprus Denies Talks Transfer Talk

Cyprus Government Spokesman Nicos Christodoulides clarified that it has not received a proposal to move the Cyprus reunification talks or to have a conference on the issue of guarantees on the sidelines of the World Economic Forum in Davos.
The government said its focus is in dialogue itself and that its “determination not to consent to the kind of actions that in essence impede the process that is under way…“With regard to the public dialogue that is taking place on the occasion of the invitation to the President of the Republic for Davos, the Government wishes, first of all, to clarify that it has not been the recipient of a proposal for the transfer of the talks (on the Cyprus problem) and/or for the holding of any conference that would concern the issue of guarantees, on the sidelines of the World Economic Forum.”

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