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Cyprus News Agency: News in English, 10-10-25

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From: The Cyprus News Agency at <http://www.cyna.org.cy>


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  • [01] INTERIOR MINISTER COUNCIL FOR RECONSTRUCTION

  • [01] INTERIOR MINISTER COUNCIL FOR RECONSTRUCTION

    Interior Minister Neoclis Sylikiotis has said that the Cyprus government has been working with dedication and persistence with a view to reach a political settlement of the Cyprus problem, which is going through a critical period.

    Speaking during a seminar of the Council for Reconstruction and Resettlement From Conflict to Partnership The Environment of Reconstruction attended by experts from Northern Ireland, Sylikiotis said that we are in the process of seeking peace, ways of coexistence of communities in Cyprus and of good neighbourhood with our neighbouring states, adding that we know that there is no easy way towards peace.

    The Minister said that the Council faces unprecedented challenges as it is trying to plan for a future of which many important aspects are not yet known, since the leaders of the two communities are still engaged in negotiations. He also noted that dialogue with Cyprus partners in the EU Northern Ireland, the Republic of Ireland and the United Kingdom - is necessary and would give important feedback as to how they addressed such situations, with a view to avoid any mistakes and disappointments and adopt options that have led to successes and optimism.

    Sylikiotis said that during various visits of representatives of the Council to Northern Ireland and visits of experts from Northern Ireland to Cyprus, they discussed about what is needed to build bridges, restore trust and self-confidence to achieve success and open prospects for the two communities which remain divided for many years.


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