Could there be a deal to end Europe's longest-running conflict? For his very first assignment, the new UN secretary-general flew into Geneva to get a Cyprus peace deal over the line. With leaders of Turkey, Greece, plus UK foreign secretary Johnson and European Commission president Juncker, marathon talks have blossomed into a who's who of nations with a stake in the small east Mediterranean island. It's all about location – but also timing.
Produced by Michele BARBERO, François WIBAUX and Laure FOURQUET.
FRANCE 24 correspondent in Ankara
President of the Cyprus Center for European and International Affairs
Freelance Cypriot Journalist