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Secretary-General's Report to the Security Council

The present document provides the Security Council with an updated
assessment of the state of the negotiations in Cyprus since the Secretary-General's previous report
(S/2011/498 – August 2011).

SG Report Good Offices 12 March 2012

 

Resolution 1325 - Cyprus 2012 Open Day

 

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SASG Eide visit to Cyprus from 5 to 7 November 2014

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SASG Eide visit to Cyprus from 5 to 7 November 2014
 

Following his visit to Athens, SASG Eide returned to Cyprus from 5 to 7 November. While on the island, he met with both the leaders of the Greek Cypriot and Turkish Cypriot communities and their negotiators, as well as a number of other interlocutors. SASG Eide held discussions and exchanged ideas on ways to resume negotiations for a comprehensive settlement of the Cyprus issue.

SASG Visit to Turkey 28 October 2014

 

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SASG Visit to Turkey 28 October 2014
 

SASG Eide was in Turkey on 28 October where he had meetings with Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu, Foreign Minister Mevlüt Cavusoğlu, the Undersecretary of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Turkey, Ambassador Feridun Sinirlioğlu and other senior Foreign Ministry officials.

His discussions focused on exploring ways to move past the current suspension of the talks, in order for the substantive negotiations to recommence.
SASG Eide plans to travel to Greece and Cyprus next week.

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Readout of the Secretary-General’s meeting with Espen Barth Eide, Special Adviser of the Secretary-General on Cyprus 23 October

 

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Readout of the Secretary-General’s meeting with Espen Barth Eide, Special Adviser of the Secretary-General on Cyprus
 

The Secretary-General met today with his Special Adviser on Cyprus, Espen Barth Eide. Mr. Eide briefed him on the latest developments in Cyprus and the immediate region.

The Secretary-General expressed concern over the tensions that have arisen in relation to hydrocarbons and o...ver the suspension of negotiations. He stressed the need for all concerned parties to de-escalate the situation, so as to avoid any further instability in an already volatile region.

The Secretary-General underscored the need for the parties in Cyprus to return to the negotiating table without delay. He further called on countries of the region to help create a conducive environment for productive talks. He noted that, as both leaders have stated, the two communities can ill afford to perpetuate the status quo, in particular in light of the deteriorating regional context.

In view of the Special Adviser’s upcoming visits to Cyprus, as well as to Turkey and Greece, the Secretary-General expressed his hope that all concerned will work constructively with Mr. Eide to swiftly overcome the current difficulties.

Finally, the Secretary-General recalled the commitment made by the two leaders in September to accelerate the negotiating process.

New York, 23 October 2014
65612014-11-10 11:00:00.0SASG Eide visit to Cyprus from 5 to 7 November 2014

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SASG Eide visit to Cyprus from 5 to 7 November 2014

 

Following his visit to Athens, SASG Eide returned to Cyprus from 5 to 7 November. While on the island, he met with both the leaders of the Greek Cypriot and Turkish Cypriot communities and their negotiators, as well as a number of other interlocutors. SASG Eide held discussions and exchanged ideas on ways to resume negotiations for a comprehensive settlement of the Cyprus issue.

2014-10-7-EBE-NA-DE

 

 
SASG Eide visit to Cyprus from 5 to 7 November 2014
 

Following his visit to Athens, SASG Eide returned to Cyprus from 5 to 7 November. While on the island, he met with both the leaders of the Greek Cypriot and Turkish Cypriot communities and their negotiators, as well as a number of other interlocutors. SASG Eide held discussions and exchanged ideas on ways to resume negotiations for a comprehensive settlement of the Cyprus issue.

65762014-11-03 10:00:00.0SASG Visit to Turkey 28 October 2014

EDE-GH-SH-MWS-DE

 

SASG Visit to Turkey 28 October 2014
 

SASG Eide was in Turkey on 28 October where he had meetings with Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu, Foreign Minister Mevlüt Cavusoğlu, the Undersecretary of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Turkey, Ambassador Feridun Sinirlioğlu and other senior Foreign Ministry officials. 

His discussions focused on exploring ways to move past the current suspension of the talks, in order for the substantive negotiations to recommence.
SASG Eide plans to travel to Greece and Cyprus next week.  

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EDE-GH-SH-MWS-DE

 

SASG Visit to Turkey 28 October 2014
 

SASG Eide was in Turkey on 28 October where he had meetings with Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu, Foreign Minister Mevlüt Cavusoğlu, the Undersecretary of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Turkey, Ambassador Feridun Sinirlioğlu and other senior Foreign Ministry officials.

His discussions focused on exploring ways to move past the current suspension of the talks, in order for the substantive negotiations to recommence.
SASG Eide plans to travel to Greece and Cyprus next week.

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65812014-10-30 11:00:00.0Readout of the Secretary-General’s meeting with Espen Barth Eide, Special Adviser of the Secretary-General on Cyprus 23 October

 

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Readout of the Secretary-General’s meeting with Espen Barth Eide, Special Adviser of the Secretary-General on Cyprus
 

The Secretary-General met today with his Special Adviser on Cyprus, Espen Barth Eide. Mr. Eide briefed him on the latest developments in Cyprus and the immediate region.

The Secretary-General expressed concern over the tensions that have arisen in relation to hydrocarbons and o...ver the suspension of negotiations. He stressed the need for all concerned parties to de-escalate the situation, so as to avoid any further instability in an already volatile region.

The Secretary-General underscored the need for the parties in Cyprus to return to the negotiating table without delay. He further called on countries of the region to help create a conducive environment for productive talks. He noted that, as both leaders have stated, the two communities can ill afford to perpetuate the status quo, in particular in light of the deteriorating regional context.

In view of the Special Adviser’s upcoming visits to Cyprus, as well as to Turkey and Greece, the Secretary-General expressed his hope that all concerned will work constructively with Mr. Eide to swiftly overcome the current difficulties.

Finally, the Secretary-General recalled the commitment made by the two leaders in September to accelerate the negotiating process.

New York, 23 October 2014
 

 

 

Espen-Ban
 
Readout of the Secretary-General’s meeting with Espen Barth Eide, Special Adviser of the Secretary-General on Cyprus
 

The Secretary-General met today with his Special Adviser on Cyprus, Espen Barth Eide. Mr. Eide briefed him on the latest developments in Cyprus and the immediate region.

The Secretary-General expressed concern over the tensions that have arisen in relation to hydrocarbons and o...ver the suspension of negotiations. He stressed the need for all concerned parties to de-escalate the situation, so as to avoid any further instability in an already volatile region.

The Secretary-General underscored the need for the parties in Cyprus to return to the negotiating table without delay. He further called on countries of the region to help create a conducive environment for productive talks. He noted that, as both leaders have stated, the two communities can ill afford to perpetuate the status quo, in particular in light of the deteriorating regional context.

In view of the Special Adviser’s upcoming visits to Cyprus, as well as to Turkey and Greece, the Secretary-General expressed his hope that all concerned will work constructively with Mr. Eide to swiftly overcome the current difficulties.

Finally, the Secretary-General recalled the commitment made by the two leaders in September to accelerate the negotiating process.

New York, 23 October 2014
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