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Cyprus: Meeting ahead of Erdogan announcements on Famagusta

Government Spokesman Marios Pelekanos said after the meeting that it was conducted in a creative and constructive atmosphere and that it was done by informing the political leaders about the government’s actions on Varosi and also about the resumption of talks.

The Famagusta issue was addressed today by the National Council of Cyprus, which examined ways of reacting to Turkey’s intentions to open the enclosed city. The meeting was chaired by President and attended by the party leaders, the President of the Parliament, the Attorney General and the Mayor of Famagusta.

Mr. Pelekanos did not elaborate on the measures to be announced in the announcements but stressed that depending on developments the National would reconvene after any Erdogan reports and during his illegal visit and be on hand.

The Representative said that at the meeting, President of the Republic gave an extensive briefing to the political leaders and the Mayor of Famagusta, who participated in the meeting, on all the actions taken by the Government since the last informal meeting in Geneva, on the one hand on the resumption of negotiations and on the other on the issue of Turkish challenges and threats to Famagusta. , in view of the forthcoming illegal visit of the President of Turkey to the occupied territories.

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