Leaders Resume Weekly Reunification Talks
Yesterday, November 28th, the leaders had a "long and lively discussion about the issue of governance and power-sharing," said Downer.
In addition to seven more face-to-face meetings, the leaders are set to dine together in Pyla on January 5th, he said.
In comments after the meeting, Eroglu said that there was more convergence on power-sharing than in the past.
The talks follow the fourth round of meetings with UN Secretary-general Ban ki-Moon in Greentree Estate in New York at the beginning of November.
Between October 30th-November 1st, Ban ki-Moon and Cyprus leaders Demetris Christofias and Dervis Eroglu had intensive talks at Greentree Estate in Manhasset in New York, with the main issues of governance, power-sharing, property and territory under discussion. Christofias said that bridging the differences by January would be difficult, but not impossible.
Ban k-Moon said that there is still work to be done.
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