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Property on Talks Agenda

President Nicos Anastasiades and Turkish Cypriot leader, Mustafa Akinci will discus property matters they meet for the second time inn July on Monday.

According to CNA sources, “the negotiators of the two sides discussed on Friday the agenda of the leaders’ meeting which will take place at the UN Protected Area, in the now defunct Nicosia international airport. Aspects of governance and power-sharing in addition to property issues with criteria on territory are on the agenda of the meeting.”

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