Cyprus and Its People: Nation, Identity, and Experience in an Unimaginable Community, 1955-1997

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20.
S/24472 of 21 August 1992, p. 1, para. 2.
21.
For text of the UN-SG's "Set of Ideas," cf. S/24472, 21 August 1992, Annex, pp. 9-24 and Appendix, pp. 25-26 and Map, p. 26.
22.
S/24472, p. 8, paras. 38-39.
23.
S/25912 of 9 June 1993, p. 10, para. 45.
24.
S/26777 of 22 November 1993, p. 11, paras. 41-42.
25.
Cf. S/22665 of 31 May 1991, p. 11, para. 42, S/26777 of 22 November 1993, p. 14, paras. 51-52 indicated that UNFICYP's account was "over $200 million" in arrears despite Greek Government and other contributions. Moreover, despite additional contingents, the Canadians had withdrawn while a number of troop contributing countries indicated their intent to reduce their contributions. The UNFICYP total force level figure a/o 15 November 1993 is 1,168 (p. 7). By 31 May 1994 the figure had increased slightly to 1,218 (S/ 1994/680, pp. 2-3, of 7 June 1994.
26.
S/26777 of 22 November 1993, pp. 11-12, paras. 41-42.
27
S/26777 of 22 November 1993, pp. 12-13, paras. 44-45. For the Secretary- General's diplomatic admission of failure, see S/26026 of 1 July 1993 and his report to the Security Council of 14 September. In his letter to the Council its President noted that "the Council had noted with concern that the Turkish Cypriot side had not yet shown the necessary goodwill and cooperation required to achieve an agreement," i.e., diplomatic language indicating the Turkish side was responsible for the breakdown of the bi-communal talks under the UN-SG's aegis. (S/26475 of 20 September 1993 as cited in S/26777, of 22 November 1993, p. 13, para. 45.).
28.
Athens News Agency (ANA) press report from Athens via HELLAS-L, (3/11/ 1994).
29.
ANA press report from Athens via HELLAS-L, (3/11/ 1994).
30.
AP report from Nicosia, Mon., Oct. 31, 1994 via (HELLAS-L).
31.
AP report from Nicosia, Mon., Oct. 31, 1994 via (HELLAS-L).
32.
Fears of such an Athens-Ankara deal at the expense of Cyprus are rife on current ( 1996) Internet discussions on Cyprus and Hellas lists and occasionally appear in newspaper articles (cf. D. G. Kousoulas, "Cold War in the Aegean Sea", Providence Journal-Bulletin, 25th July 1996, p.B7 where a Greek-Turkish rapprochement is suggested for the Aegean area with the Cyprus problem left unresolved.
33.
Remarks by George L. Sherry, former Assistant-Secretary-General for Special Political Affairs on August 31, 1988 before the International Workshop on "Cyprus & The Role of the UN", held by the Norwegian Institute for International Affairs (NUPI) at Nicosia, Cyprus, August 31-September 3, 1988.

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