Cyprus Mail
Cyprus Talks

Germany’s Gabriel says reunification would be ‘a huge success’

German Foreign Minister Sigmar Gabriel

GERMANY fully and wholeheartedly supports the negotiating process on the Cyprus problem, for the reunification of the island, which would be a huge success for everyone involved and for Europe as a whole, German Foreign minister Sigmar Gabriel said on Thursday after a meeting in Berlin with the UN SecretaryGeneral’s Special Adviser on Cyprus Espen Barth Eide.

Eide wrote on his twitter account: “In Berlin, visiting Foreign Minister Sigmar Gabriel at a crucial moment for the Cyprus talks. Germany’s strong support is highly appreciated.”

In a statement issued after his talks with Eide, Gabriel noted that “since 2015, the two sides (in Cyprus) have been working tirelessly with the backing of the United Nations to reunite Cyprus.”

He said that the fact that the negotiations have advanced further than ever before is due in no small part to the commitment shown by Espen Barth Eide and his persistent efforts.

“I very much welcome the decision by President of Cyprus Nicos Anastasiades and Turkish-Cypriot leader Mustafa Akinci to resume their talks.”

According to the Cyprus News Agency, Eide will have more meetings on Friday with German foreign ministry officials. He will be returning to Cyprus on Monday.

Related Posts

Anastasiades and Tatar to meet next month

Andria Kades

President focuses on energy in German visit (updated)

Jonathan Shkurko

TC unions promoting GC interests, says Turkish ex-navy officer

Gina Agapiou

Menendez: I will support Greece and Cyprus in US Congress

Gina Agapiou

Cyprus powerless to achieve desired results on Cyprob without intervention from EU ‘family’

Sarah Ktisti

UN Secretary General remains committed to restarting Cyprus talks (Updated)

Nikolaos Prakas


Comments are closed.