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土耳其族人塞浦路斯政府领导人未能就恢复统一问题进行谈判

Cyprus's Greek and Turkish community leaders failed on Monday night to remove obstacles preventing the resumption of reunification negotiations.

Greek Cypriot leader Nicos Anastasiades, who is also the president of the internationally recognized government of the eastern Mediterranean island, invited Turkish Cypriot leader Dervis Eroglu to dinner in a bid to agree on a joint statement setting out the basic principles for a Cyprus solution.

They talked for two and a half hours in the buffer zone running through the divided Cypriot capital Nicosia but failed to break an impasse which has also defied months-long efforts by United Nations officials.

"Unfortunately there is a long way to go before negotiations can resume," said Anastasiades standing next to Eroglu.

Eroglu said he put forward proposals of his own on power sharing between the two communities and suggested that the negotiations be held directly between him and Anastasiades.

Anastasiades said, however, that he preferred consultations to continue at a lower level until agreement on a joint statement is made possible.

The United Nations had set a tentative time target to restart negotiations in October but disagreement over the basic elements of a solution prevented the representatives of the two sides to start substantial talks.

Cyprus was divided into Greek and Turkish Cypriot parts after Turkey, responding to a coup by Greek army junta officers, militarily intervened the northern part of the island in 1974.

简明释义:塞浦路斯的希腊族和土耳其族领导人未能在周一晚上,消除障碍,恢复统一谈判。联合国已设定的暂定重启谈判的目标时间十月内,但双方分歧严重,阻止了代表开始实质性谈判。塞浦路斯的土耳其族人控制基雷尼亚和法马古斯塔的大部分及尼科西亚的一部分,一直想独立出去,但希腊族控制的政府却不认同。

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