Cypriot President Dimitris Christofias and Turkish Cypriot leader Mehmet Ali Talat met Wednesday in a U.N. buffer zone in Nicosia to lay the foundation for resuming unification talks, the Voice of America reported Thursday.
The two-hour meeting proved fruitful enough for Christofias and Talat to agree to meet again Sept. 11., the VOA reported.
The island of Cyprus has been divided between a Greek south and a Turkish north since 1974 after Turkey invaded in response to a coup aimed at uniting the island with Greece, the VOA reported.
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