"There is big disappointment," said Adriaan van der Meer, who leads the EU delegation in Nicosia. "We wanted a reunited Cyprus to join the EU. We firmly believe that the UN plan is viable and the best way forward."
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EU to reward Turkish Cypriots
BUILDING BRIDGES After Greek Cypriots rejected a UN-brokered unification deal, the EU said it would lift sanctions and give aid to the Turkish in the north
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