Call me a CYPRIOT Maximalist, rather than a Greek Nationalist (which I've never been) ... but the Turkish side has had 60 years of trying to block and sabotage everything Cyprus stands for, from its independence struggle to its entry to the EU ... and has always pushed for its own maximalist position which has always been partition and a separate state of its own on Cyprus despite the world not accepting that.
Noting that Turkey's delegation was absent from the UN-GA during President Christofias' UN speech is a symptom of the problem, and so Cyprus should ask the permanent members of the SC to acknowledge the impossibility of Cypriots themselves being able to find a peaceful solution while mother-in-law Turkey constantly vetoes any effort towards actual progress. Cyprus needs an immediate divorce from its in-laws, namely Britain, Greece and Turkey. A good start would be for the UN Security Council to ban Turkey having a seat on the SC as long as it continues to ignore UN resolutions on Cyprus, and the SC should call on the UN-GA to recognise the severity of the debacle entailed in the 2004 Kofi Annan Plan which had the UN itself proposing a solution contrary to its own past resolutions on Cyprus, contrary to its own charter as well as contrary to EU law.
It was a disgrace that the UN tried to blackmail Cypriots into signing away their human rights through a 'last ditch' referendum prior to Cyprus' EU entry. The Annan Plan must first be internationally acknowledged to have been a plan to legitimise Turkey's invasion, division and ethnic cleansing on Cyprus and to have had more to do with solving Turkey's problem in entering the EU, than solving the problems of Cypriots!
When that HAS happened, and a divorce is legally engineered through a combination of the UN and the EU (which Turkey so vehemently opposes, and which poodle Britain is not likely to agree to, given its interest to keep its 'sovereign' bases on Cyprus) THEN Cypriots can try again, with maybe some chance of success, to solve their internal problems.