Leaders To Decide Home Meetings
Cyprus' leaders will decide whether to hold face-to-face meetings in their homes next Monday the 21st, said President Demetris Christofias.
"We will close this issue next Monday, the plan is to meet at our homes in Kellaki and Kyrenia," he told the press earlier today.
He added that specific dates for the meetings will be announced.
Commenting on the UN Security Council's decision to extend UNFICYP's mandate beyond December 15th, he said he was satisfied with the resolution.
Mr. Christofias also commented on the desecration of Tassos Papadoupoulos' grave, from which the body of the former president was stolen on December 11th.
"Nobody expected to have such a profane act in our country, and unfortunately the criminals took steps to cover their tracks," he said.
He went on to say that the government has instructed the police to work only on facts and evidence, saying 'we must be very careful.' Mr. Christofias reiterated wishes to Papadopoulos' family, saying they had his love and sympathy.