UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon's Advisor Jane Hall Lute is expected to arrive in Cyprus on Saturday to secure a consensus that the text will be agreed by the informal Pentagon in Geneva to at least ensure the continuation of the effort. The program includes two meetings on Sunday, at 930 in the morning with President Anastasiadis and at 230 in the afternoon with the Turkish Cypriot leader, Ersin Tatar, before leaving in the early hours of Monday.
Expectations for the informal five-party meeting in Geneva are very low. According to a diplomat from a member state of the SA, during the briefing given to permanent members by the associate of the UN Secretary General, after her return from Cyprus, Ms. Lut said that "she does not expect many things, as none of the sides did not move from her point of view ".
The informal pentagram program has already been sent to participants by Ms. Luth. It begins with a dinner given by the Secretary-General to the delegations and the following day with an informal conference. Bilateral meetings and a conference will follow.
Asked by a UN official about a Bloomberg report on Lut's election after May 19 as a non-executive board member of the energy giant SHELL, it was clarified that she will continue her duties as a regular at the UN is part-time. He is already a board member of two major US companies.