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Anastasiades was nowhere to be found for 5th round yesterday

Anastasiades was nowhere to be found for 5th round yesterdayReports suggest that Anastasiades made himself unavailable to Ms Lute yesterday for the fifth round of talks leaving the stage to Negotiator Mavryannis, which took a more radical stance straying away from the agreed items on the draft.
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It has been reported that the UN Secretary Generals Special Representative Jane Hall Lute failed to get in touch with the Greek Cypriot Leader yesterday for a fifth round of talks yesterday in her mission to bring two sides to an agreement on the terms of references that is hope ignite a new round of comprehensive talks on the Cyprus problem.

It has been reported that Anastasiades had vanished in thin air and the UN Officials responsible for setting up these meetings failed to reach the Greek Cypriot Leader, while the Greek Cypriot Chief Negotiator Andreas Mavroyannis had to take his place.

However Mr Mavroyannis has been reported to take on a much more radical stance setting back the ground covered since last Sunday when Ms Lute arrived on the Island, straying away from the items agreed on the draft.

Ruling out medical excuses the Greek Cypriot Leader made a brief appearance in Limassol last night delivering a speech.


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