The students went on the rampage on the anniversary of the self-declared Turkish-Cypriot ‘state’ which is backed by the Turkish invaders.
NGOs condemned the attacks as racist, and Turkish-Cypriot media reported them as fascist attacks.
“Make no mistake; it's not going to be easy,” he said, explaining that the he and Secretary-General and will “do our utmost” to help.
So would the Security Council which has remained “very united” throughout the process, so would the [European Union], which is lending extremely important and productive support, and so would the international financial institutions which are directly involved.
Speaking to journalists in Geneva, Espen Barth Eide, the UN Special Adviser on Cyprus, said that the reconvening of the Conference is “not the last chance” but the “the best chance” of reaching an agreement between Greek-Cypriots and Turkish-Cypriots.
“It is a unique opportunity, and it would be extremely sad if it was wasted […] and I think frankly that's recognized by all participants.” He highlighted however that sticking points remain between the delegations as they prepared to meet tomorrow in Crans-Montana, Switzerland.
The team has unearthed only the bottom half of the statue, however, further efforts are underway to find the remaining part, said Professor A. "We estimate that the second part of the statue of the goddess is in the same location, the original length of the statue should be about 120 centimeters," Özdaş said.
The ceasefire line from August 1974 became the United Nations Buffer Zone in Cyprus and is commonly referred to as the Green Line.Turkey is a threat to Hellenism, to freedom of expression and human rights.27 June 2017 A fresh round of talks on Cyprus will last “as long as it takes,” but there are no guarantees of success, the United Nations negotiator facilitating the process said today.Agreement has been found on most of these so-called 'chapters,' broadly, and concrete progress achieved, Mr Eide said.The Turkish-Cypriot delegation had assented to what he called a “significant return of territory” to the Greek-Cypriots, and both sides had also exchanged maps in Geneva in January – an historic first, the UN negotiator told journalists. Eide said that the Greek-Cypriot and Turkish-Cypriot positions still diverge on the issue of security and guarantees.