As talks are underway to reunify Cyprus, Guardian readers in favour of reunification share their hopes and memories of the divided island

Representatives from Cyprus’ estranged Greek and Turkish communities, along with their guarantor powers Greece Turkey and the UK, have embarked on an historic effort to reunify the island.

The attempt at reunification comes more than four decades after the Mediterranean’s largest island was divided. The UN has taken the unprecedented step of signalling it will end the island’s peacekeeping mission, UNFICYP, if talks collapse again. The force is the world’s longest-running peace operation.

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