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REPORT OF THE UNITED NATIONS MEDIATOR GALO PLAZA TO THE SECRETARY GENERAL (1965)

 

CONTENTS

Note by the Secretary-General

I. Introduction

II. Function and Activities

III. The Background of the Problem

A. The Zurich and London Agreements

B. The Constitution of 16 August 1960

C. The President's Proposed Amendments

D. The London Conference (1964)

E. The General Situation in Cyprus

F. The External Effects of the Problem

IV. Positions of the Parties Concerned and Efforts at Mediation

A. Initial Positions of the Parties and Efforts at Mediation

(a) The Greek-Cypriot community

(b) The Turkish Cypriot community

(c) The other parties

(d) Incompatibility of the parties' views

B. Further Efforts at Mediation and Present Positions of the Parties

(a) The Greek-Cypriot community

(b) The Turkish-Cypriot community

(c) The Government of Greece

(d) The Government of Turkey

(e) The Government of the United Kingdom

V. Observations on the Past and Future Course of Mediation

A. Introduction

B. Some General Considerations

C. Analysis of the Parties' Positions

(a) Independence, self-determination and international peace

(b) The structure of the state

(c) The protection of individual and minority rights

D. The Question of Guarantees

E. Concluding Remarks

 


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