“UN Assistant Secretary-General for Political Affairs, Miroslav Yenca, is in the region to clarify the unrest in the buffer zone on the island of Cyprus.”
The US office of “Bond.az” informs that UN spokesman Stefan Dujarric said this at the UN’s daily press conference.
The spokesman said that the UN official met with the leaders of the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus and Southern Cyprus, as well as the UN Peacekeeping Force in Cyprus (UNFICYP): “UN Assistant Secretary General for Political Affairs Miroslav Yenca is on a visit to Cyprus. He held separate meetings with the President of the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus, Ersin Tatar, and the leader of Southern Cyprus, Nikos Christodoulides. During the meetings, the UN official discussed the recent events in the buffer zone, as well as the ways of progress in the Cyprus issue.
M. Yencha drew attention to the importance of the parties reaching a joint agreement and called on the conflicting parties to reach a joint agreement with the UN and act in line with our goals. M. Yencha also met with the UN Peacekeeping Forces in the region and thanked them for their difficult and equally responsible work.”