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Leaders to meet on July 4 and 7

The leaders of the two communities are due to meet on Friday July 4, and Monday July 7, the UN said on Wednesday, following a meeting between their two aides Andreas Mavroyiannis and Kudret Özersay.

President Nicos Anastasiades and Turkish Cypriot leader Dervis Eroglu had been due to meet on June 23 but Anastasiades was admitted to hospital with gastroenteritis on Saturday and was not discharged until Monday, resulting on the postponement of the planned meeting.

According to the UN, on Wednesday the negotiators discussed programming of upcoming meetings and continued substantive negotiations on internal aspects of security, residency and citizenship.  They agreed to meet again on Tuesday, July 1 2014 and to finalise the agenda for that meeting bilaterally with the UN by the end of this week.

“The leaders will discuss technical committees, confidence building measures, and the way forward, including substance and methodology,” the UN statement said.

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