He underlined the need for real progress in reunification talks during a live television address ahead of crunch week-long talks with Turkish Cypriot leader Mustafa Akinci in Mont Pelerin near Geneva from Monday.
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The summit will focus on the key issue of territorial adjustments.
“There is no way I will accept a multi-party conference if there is no progress on territory and convergences in the adjustments to be made. Agreement on criteria means the submission of maps,” Anastasiades said.
Such progress will allow for a multi-party conference on security involving Greece, Turkey and Britain as “guarantor powers” of Cyprus’s sovereignty.