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Cyprus News Agency: News in English, 06-07-19

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    The recent visit of UN Under Secretary General for Political Affairs Ibrahim Gambari has created a momentum on the Cyprus question and there is some degree of readiness on both sides of the Green Line to think in creative ways to try to build on the momentum, US Deputy Assistant Secretary of State Matthew Bryza has said.

    In statements after meeting with Cyprus Foreign Minister George Lillikas, Bryza said "there is it seems some momentum toward a comprehensive settlement, thanks to Under-Secretary General Gambaris visit and thanks to the attitudes Ive experienced among the leaders on both sides of the island, he noted and added that there is an urgent need to take advantage of it, to exchange the lists on substantive issues, to get the technical committees working and to move forward on a comprehensive settlement.

    Lillikas, replying to questions, noted that he could not say that Bryza tried in any way to convince him on the need to promote Turkeys EU accession course, given that our position is that we support Turkeys European course under preconditions and I think that this position is understood today by the US and I hope by our EU partners too.

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