Cyprus Mail

CBMs vital for Greek Cypriot side

President Nicos Anastasiades has said that the Greek Cypriot side pays special attention to the adoption of confidence building measures (CBMs), which are of vital importance for building trust between the two communities and for restoring people`s hopes for achieving a just, viable and mutually accepted solution of the Cyprus problem.

Anastasiades, who was speaking at a memorial service at the village of Amiantos on Sunday, said that the Greek Cypriot side was ready to engage in a negotiating process to achieve a solution that will safeguard the unity of the country and respect the basic freedoms and human rights of the people of the island.

“The adoption of the Joint Declaration on February 11, paved the way for continuing the constructive negotiations between the two communities, aimed at finding a comprehensive solution to the Cyprus problem based on the high level agreements between the two communities, the UNSC resolutions and the principles and values of the EU,” he said..

Anastasiades added that finding a solution was his priority and he urged the political leadership and society to demonstrate a spirit of unity.

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