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In today’s episode, we hear that the UN Special Representative in Cyprus Colin Stewart has warned that the scenario of a mutually agreed solution to the Cyprus problem is fading and will not be available much longer.

Elsewhere, a source apprised of the negotiations has told the Cyprus Mail that the government’s withdrawal from talks with airport operators Hermes is but a smokescreen intended to kick the can down the road.
There’s also the news Turkey will reinforce its military presence in the north after the United States lifted defence trade restrictions on Cyprus.

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