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Annan Plan: Comprehensive Settlement of the Cyprus Problem

Published March 31, 2004

The plan was presented for the first time in November 2002 and a final version presented by Secretary-General Annan on March 31, 2004 in Switzerland. The plan proposed making Cyprus into two states with a central government. It was rejected in an April 2004 referendum; a majority of Turkish Cypriots approved the plan while a majority of Greek Cypriots voted against it.




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