The long history of negotiations on the Cyprus question has been unforgiving to its actors, hence the infamous characterisation of it as the “graveyard of diplomats”, littered with tombstones.
It need not be this way, writes Cypriot Foreign Minister Nikos Christodoulides.
- Nikos Christodoulides is the Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Cyprus. He submitted this op-ed exclusively for EURACTIV.com.
Cyprus’s membership in the European Union, and the European Union’s ability to bring its prowess, expertise, and competencies to bear, has shown to be game-changing.
Cyprus does not need more martyred diplomats.
The EU needs…