Turkish, Greek Cypriot leaders to meet again in June
The meeting between President Mehmet Ali Talat of Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus (TRNC) and the Greek Cypriot administration leader Demetris Christofias lasted nearly 3 hours, reported World Bulletin.
The two leaders released a written joint statement after the meeting held at the residence of UN envoy to Cyprus Taye-Brook Zerihoun.
Reading the statement to reporters, Zerihoun said the two leaders had a fruitful meeting during which they discussed the results of their recent meeting of March 21st.
Zerihoun said that the leaders reiterated their desire for a bi-zonal and bi-communal federation with political equality.
He also said that representatives of Talat and Christofias will meet within the next 15 days to assess the results of the activities carried out by technical committees and to review civil and military measures aiming to boost confidence.
Talat and Christofias met at the buffer zone on March 21st. The two leaders agreed to set up working groups and technical committees to make preparations for extensive talks for the solution of the Cyprus issue.