Chief negotiators, Ozdil Nami and Andreas Mavroyiannis, are in London to attend a seminar on the economic aspect of a settlement solution, it was reported on Friday.
At the seminar, the two negotiators will discuss financial opportunities and the prospect of a settlement solution, and ways of funding the settlement.
Nami and Mavroyannis who will also be holding other contacts in London are expected to meet with officials from the IMF and the World Bank.
The President’s Special Advisor for Economic Matters Omer Gokcekus is also in London to attend the meetings.
The European Commission and other international bodies, such as the IMF and the World Bank, have been exploring how to fund a solution and have participated as observers in the recent talks in Switzerland.
The President of the EU Commission Jean Claude Juncker has announced during the recent talks in Geneva that the EU would be contributing 3.1 billion Euros in the event a settlement was reached in Cyprus.