Omirou Expresses Talks Concern

Yiannakis Omirou, the president of Cyprus’ House of Representatives, was reported by CNA to be urging “a reevaluation of the course of settlement talks is necessary, along a strategy to deal with Turkish intransigence,” despite the prevailing optimism.

“Omirou was referring to yesterday`s briefing of the House plenary by the President of Cyprus Nicos Anastasiades, who spoke on the course of ongoing negotiations for a Cyprus solution…Despite the optimism conveyed with the President`s speech, it is imperative to have a realistic assessment of the entire course of settlement talks and proceed with the collective formulation of a strategy, in order to deal with ongoing Turkish intransigence, Omirou has said,” according to CNA.


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