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Cyprus: Prospects For A Solution

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This introductory statement addresses the expansion of the number of members of the European Union from 15 to 25. The ten new members include Poland, Hungary, the Czech Republic, Slovenia and Slovakia; the three Baltic States of Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania; and the two Mediterranean island states of Malta and Cyprus. It goes without saying that, should there be a solution of the Cyprus Problem on the basis of the UN Plan currently being negotiated, there will be a number of corresponding changes that will need to be taken into account. The entire population will be better off if the island ceases to be a place of arms and of confrontation and the present status quo is replaced by a functional and balanced political order that will allow all Cypriots to live together in peace under conditions of stability and security within the framework of the European Union.

Keywords:Cyprus; European Council; European Union; foreign; membership; United Nations



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