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Joint statements of the President of the Republic of Cyprus, N. Anastasiades, and Minister of Foreign Affairs, N. Kotzias, following their meeting (New York, 19.09.2017)
N. ANASTASIADES: We had a very constructive meeting with my friend Nikos Kotzias, the Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Hellenic Republic, regarding the course ahead, evaluating the results so far; the tragic results, which followed from Turkey’s intransigence in Crans-Montana. We looked at the course so far and at the joint stance we will maintain in order to achieve, not what Turkey calls a settlement outside the parameters, but a settlement within the framework of the UN Resolutions, always bearing in mind, of course, the parameters of the Secretary-General.
N. KOTZIAS: Once again we had a very substantial and productive discussion with the President, Mr. Anastasiades. I briefed him on the conversation I had with the UN Secretary-General, who remains at the disposal of the Republic of Cyprus and, like the President and myself, in the framework of the excellent cooperation we always have, wants to promote a settlement for Cyprus and the Cypriot people. This settlement will have to be within the framework of International Law, of course, and the principles of the UN. I think that the UN Secretary-General and the international powers have realized that Cyprus cannot rely on guarantees of third countries or "rights" of intervention. I think this is one of the many gains we made in Crans-Montana.
JOURNALIST: There is a unified line, right? There’s no misunderstanding or anything like that?
N. KOTZIAS: There is a single line, so it is also a unified line.
N. ANASTASIADES: The misunderstandings are created by you. We have an excellent cooperation and always a unified line!
N. KOTZIAS: Hellenism must always stand united, and that is how we will achieve the solutions we want and desire.