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Tsipras: Cyprus talks must resume where they left off at Crans Montana

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“We all have a duty to do everything possible so that the truth comes to light, so that justice is rendered,” main opposition SYRIZA-Progessive Alliance leader Alexis Tsipras said on Tuesday about the train accident in Tempi, during his meeting with the President of the Republic of Cyprus, Nikos Christodoulides.

At the same time, Tsipras welcomed the new Cyprus president’s support for the resumption of talks for a fair and sustainable solution of the Cyprus issue, on the basis of UN Resolutions, where they left off at Crans Montana.

He expressed the belief that Christodoulides’ proposal for the active participation of the European Union in the Cypriot negotiation process can work positively, underlining that thanks to the joint efforts of the Republic of Cyprus with the then SYRIZA government, this participation was secured in the Crans Montana negotiations.

On his part, Christodoulides noted that his first visit to Athens as President of the Republic of Cyprus is not just symbolic but substantive, while adding that “we have no time to waste in trying to break through the deadlock and start talks in general on the Cyprus issue, taking into account the international context and past experiences.”

He added that “our goal is a more central involvement of the European Union” and stressed that the EU’s decisive involvement in the negotiations from 2015 to 2017, not only in the International Conference but also with technocrats, had led to “convergences that had not been achieved before and were clearly better than previous plans for the solution of the Cyprus issue.”

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