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UN peacekeeping chief to visit Cyprus

The United Nations Under-Secretary-General for Peacekeeping Operations Hervé Ladsous will arrive in Cyprus on Thursday for a two-day visit, the organisation said.

Ladsous will take stock of the situation on the island and exchange views with colleagues on the particular challenges they are facing in Cyprus, an UNFICYP press release said.

It added that he will also participate in the events marking the force’s 50-year presence on the island.

As part of his visit, Ladsous will visit the buffer zone in the walled city of Nicosia and will be available to answer media queries at the Ledra/Lokmaci street pedestrian crossing at 9am on Friday.

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