“Cyprus remains high on the agenda of UNSG”

Cyprus remains very high on the agenda for the Secretary-General of the UN, a Spokesperson for the UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, has said.
Stéphane Dujarric was invited to comment over Turkish Prime Minister Davutoglu`s statement that it’s time for Ban Ki-moon to present his plan on Cyprus, like his predecessor Kofi Annan did by the end of his mandate.
Ban and Davutoglu met on Thursday at the headquarters of the UN, in New York.
“The Secretary-General’s Special Adviser, Mr. Eide is hard at work continuing his consultations. When he is ready to unveil something, it will be unveiled, but obviously Cyprus remains very high on the agenda for the Secretary-General” Dujarric said.
He added that “as both the Secretary-General and the Prime Minister said in their meeting it’s a permanent agenda item which they both would like to see resolved”.