13 Points (30 November 1963)

An Introduction

The constitutional structure of the Republic of Cyprus which resulted from the 1960 Zurich and London Agreements suffered from fundamental defects which impeded the smooth functioning of the State. [Read more…]

Agreement of 8th July 2006

Agreement between the President of the Republic Mr Tassos Papadopoulos and the Turkish Cypriot leader Mr Mehmet Ali Talat (8 July 2006) [Read more…]

The 10-Point Agreement of 19 May 1979

Following is the text of the agreement between the then President of the Republic, Mr. Kyprianou, and the Turkish Cypriot leader, Mr. Denktash, concluded on 19 May during a meeting under the auspices of the U.N. Secretary-General, Dr. Waldheim: [Read more…]

Agreement on Missing Persons – July 1997

United Nations Press Release Concerning Missing Persons in Cyprus

(Nicosia, 31 July 1997)

At their meeting this evening in the presence of the Chief of Mission of the United Nations Operation in Cyprus, the leaders of the Greek Cypriot and Turkish Cypriot communities agreed to issue the following statement concerning missing persons in Cyprus: [Read more…]

The Third Vienna Agreement – August 1975

The third round of talks on Cyprus was held in Vienna from 31 July to 2 August 1975.

Preliminary discussions were held on the powers and functions of a federal government on the basis of the original Greek Cypriot proposals submitted at the first round, the Turkish Cypriot paper of the 21st of July and the more comprehensive paper presented by Mr. Clerides at this meeting. [Read more…]

High-Level Agreement of 12 February 1977

The following is the text of the agreement between the then President of the Republic, Archbishop Makarios, and the Turkish Cypriot leader, Mr. Denktash, concluded on 12 February 1977 during a meeting under the auspices of the United Nations Secretary-General.

The text of the agreed instructions (guidelines) reads as follows: [Read more…]

Geneva Declaration of July 1974 on Cyprus

Text of the declaration on Cyprus signed at Geneva on 30 July 1974, by the Foreign Ministers of Britain, Turkey and Greece:

1. The Foreign Ministers of Greece, Turkey and the United Kingdom held negotiations in Geneva from 25-30 July 1974. They recognised the importance of setting in train as a matter of urgency, measures to adjust and to regularise within a reasonable period of time the situation in the Republic of Cyprus on a lasting basis, having regard to the international agreement signed at Nicosia on 16 August 1960, and to resolution 353 of the Security Council of the United Nations. They were, however agreed on the need to decide first certain immediate measures. [Read more…]