Cypriot leaders to meet again tomorrow-UN
NICOSIA, July 7 (Reuters) Greek and Turkish Cypriot leaders will meet in the presence of a United Nations envoy Saturday to explore ways of resuming stalled reunification talks, officials said today.
''A proposal for a meeting has been agreed,'' said Ibrahim Gambari, UN under-secretary general for political affairs presently in Cyprus.
It will be the second meeting of the two leaders in a week.
On Monday, Turkish Cypriot leader Mehmet Ali Talat met Greek Cypriot leader Tassos Papadopoulos to discuss people missing from past conflict on the island.
That was their first meeting since Greek Cypriots rejected a UN reunification blueprint for the partitioned island in April 2004.
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