Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras held a meeting with AKEL Secretary General Andros Kyprianou on Sunday in Athens.

An official announcement from the Greek Prime Minister’s office after the meeting said that they discussed the latest developments in the Cyprus negotiations.

Speaking to the CNA Kyprianou said he was satisfied with the meeting that lasted, as he stressed, almost two hours.

President Nicos Anastasiades and Turkish Cypriot leader Mustafa Akinci have been engaged in negotiations since May 2015, under UN aegis. The latest round of intensive talks, at Mont Pelerin, ended inconclusively on Tuesday.

Since then both leaders have said they wish to resume the dialogue to find a negotiated settlement to reunite Cyprus, divided since the 1974 Turkish invasion.

Cyprus has been divided since the 1974 Turkish invasion and occupation. UN-backed peace talks are underway with the aim to reunite the island under a federal roof.

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