Jane Hall Lute's contacts may have resulted in the secretary general's special envoy. of the UN to gather all the pieces of the puzzle he was looking for in relation to the positions of the two sides in view of the informal meeting “5 + 1”, however in no case can one claim that the landscape became clearer in relation to the final outcome of this meeting. Unexpectedly, the meeting will be convened for the last week of February in New York, with Ms. Lut continuing contacts with all parties involved, including the guarantor forces. Nicosia seems to want Antonio Guterres to play an important role in the process. It would not be negative in the event that the secretary general of the UN decided to take a similar role to the one he had during his presence in Crans Montana to specify the positions of the parties. The Minister of Foreign Affairs, speaking on Alpha's show “Alpha Information”, pointed out that “no one can rule out the possibility that the secretary general to meet with all parties and present to the informal how he approaches the issues “.
According to information from “P”, Nikos Anastasiadis and Antonio Guterres had been in contact for the past 24 hours with a topic of discussion, including the absence of reference to the draft reports of the secretary general for UNFICYP and good services respectively, in the agreed solution framework. The same information states that President Anastasiadis pointed out to Antonio Guterres that there could be a clearer reference to this point. The Greek Cypriot side considers that it is the duty of the international organization to safeguard and clarify that the talks and procedures will be conducted on the basis of the agreed parameters.
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