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AHI Releases Progress Report on Cyprus Talks
December 3, 2009—No. 86 (202) 785-8430

AHI Releases Progress Report on Cyprus Talks

WASHINGTON, DC—The American Hellenic Institute (AHI), a leading Greek American public policy center, announces the release of “One Year Later: The 2008-09 Cyprus Negotiations,” which is a report that provides a review and assessment of the first year of the Cyprus peace process.

The report offers a summary of the most recent attempt to find a solution under the July 8, 2006 high-level UN Agreement, an assessment of a year’s worth of negotiations under this Agreement, dating from September 2008 to September 2009; and an idea of what is required for a solution to be realized.

“We believe it is important to summarize for key audiences what has transpired during the course of the first round of direct talks and provide a realistic assessment of what needs to occur for a just and viable solution to be reached by Greek Cypriots and Turkish Cypriots,” said AHI Executive Director Nick Larigakis. “This progress report accomplishes these objectives.”

To download a copy of the report “One Year Later: The 2008-09 Cyprus Negotiations” please click here.


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