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This negotiation chapter covers issues relating to Security & Guarantees. The main issues concern (a) constitutional security, (b) internal security (c) security of implementation and (d) external security arrangements including the future of the Treaties of Guarantee and Alliance.
All issues are negotiated based on the agreed framework for a federal solution underpinned by the principles of bi-zonality, bi-communality, political equality, single sovereignty, single international personality and single citizenship.
MAIN ISSUES ON SECURITY & GUARANTEES
'Framework for Security ' Cyprus Dialogue Forum Factsheets
This factsheet presents the Framework for Security that was presented to the sides in Geneva. The mapping is based on the Press Conference held by Espen Barth
Eide, Special Advisor to the UNSG on Cyprus on 13 January 2017. The factsheet forms part of the Shared Knowledge Resources of the Cyprus Dialogue Forum.
'Security - External Security & Guarantees', Cyprus Dialogue Forum Factsheets
This factsheet presents a mapping of the External Security Arrangements in successive negotiation periods. It considers the main provisions, structures, management and implementation of security arrangements as these have been negotiated in the 1992 Ghali Set of Ideas, the 2004 Annan Plan, the 2008-2012 Convergences as well as the 2014-2017 negotiations. As most negotiations on the issue relate to the Treaties of Guarantee and Alliance, the factsheet also maps the relevant provisions from these Treaties that form part of the 1960s agreement. The factsheet forms part of the Shared Knowledge Resources of the Cyprus Dialogue Forum.
SECURITY & GUARANTEES IN THE 2014-2017 NEGOTIATIONS & IN THE GUTERRES FRAMEWORK
The below section covers (a) security as one of the elements of a strategic agreement within the Guterres Framework based on various documents and statements available to the public, (b) progress on the chapter of security achieved in the period 2014-2017 including issues of agreement and divergence at the end of the conference in Crans-Montana.
2021 Cyprus Dialogue Forum.
Supported through the financial assistance of the European Union. Its contents are the sole responsibility of the Cyprus Dialogue Forum and do not necessarily reflect the views of the European Union.