The matter of the Cyprus problem remains unresolved. The stake holders are trying to bring the two sides of the conflict to a consensus.
The special UN advisor on Cyprus Mr. Espen Barth Eide said that he does not see any issues, which cannot be resolved and that he will make every possible effort in order to make the two leaders to resume their negotiations, using the diplomatic means.
The representatives of the U.K. and USA also expressed their willingness and support to the peaceful resolution of the Cyprus problem. The Head of the U.K. Ministry of Foreign Affairs- Boris Johnson already arrived to Cyprus and he plans to meet with the leaders of the two communities.
After the negotiations in November, which took place in Switzerland, Mr. Anastasiades said that “it was one step back in the negotiations progress”. The most acute disagreements arose in the territorial matters, so the two sides agreed to halt the negotiations temporarily.
It remains unknown when and where the two leaders will resume to discuss the resolution of the ongoing problem.