Theresa May hopes for a “successful conclusion” of Cyprus peace talks

Theresa May has expressed her hope that the negotiations underway for a settlement to the Cyprus issue will have “a successful conclusion”, in her first public statement regarding Cyprus.

During the weekly Prime Minister’s Questions at the House of Commons, the Conservative north London MP Theresa Villiers asked the Prime Minister to give her “full enthusiastic support” to President Anastasiades and Mustafa Akinci as they reach “a crucial stage” in their negotiations.

The long-standing friend of the island added in her question that the hope is for these negotiations to deliver a settlement for a free and united Cyprus.

Source: Cyprus News Agency.