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Cyprus News Agency: News in English (AM), 01-08-18

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  • [01] British High Commissioner - Interview

  • 0910:CYPPRESS:01

    [01] British High Commissioner - Interview

    by Maria Myles Nicosia, Aug 18 (CNA) -- Britain, with closer interests in Cyprus than other key players in the ongoing peace process, believes that any negotiated and acceptable settlement the Greek and Turkish Cypriot sides agree on would be backed by the international community, and considers a bizonal, bicommunal federation "probably" the best way to achieve security and prosperity on the island.

    In an interview with CNÁ, British High Commissioner Edward Clay said that conditions for a solution are "better than they have been" and referred to a deadline which everybody now sees on the horizon that relates to the anticipated accession of Cyprus to the European Union. CNA/MM/RM/2001


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