Environment conducive for constructive and good faith negotiations needed, President says

Cyprus President Nicos Anastasiades reiterated once again that he remains strongly committed to resuming the negotiating process for the Cyprus issue, pointing out however that for the talks to resume with realistic prospects for success, it is imperative to create an environment which will be conducive for constructive and good faith negotiations.

"And certainly not under conditions of intimidation or threats by Turkey", he said, receiving on Thursday the credentials of the Ambassador of Chile, Ximena Carolina Ares Mora, the Ambassador of Argentina Sergio Daniel Urribarri and of Namimbia Nada Kruger.

The President said that regrettably, Turkey’s illegal drilling operations within our Exclusive Economic Zone run contrary to the necessity of having a good and positive climate that will enable the resumption of the negotiating process under the auspices of the


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