Group march through the streets of Cyprus calling for peace as leaders set to meet on Friday (video)

A group of Greek and Turkish Cypriot youths staged a rally calling on leaders of the divided Cyprus island to do all it takes to reunite the island as they meet on Friday to see if stalled talks can be restarted.

The group from both sides of the divide converged at the Ledra Street crossing in the buffer zone in Nicosia on Thursday evening, demanding a resumption of talks to reunify the island.

The group comprising of old and young known as the Bi-communal Peace Initiative for United Cyprus carried banners with the message "Solution, Unification and Peace" written in English, Turkish and Greek and were seen walking through the walled city of Lefkosa/Nicosia.
Organizers of the rally are drawing attention from leaders of the two communities who will be meeting for the first time in five months on Friday to see if they can try and restart the stalled Cyprus talks.

Video source: Peter Abang 

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