Top 30 Peace Process Quotes

In this post, you will find great Peace Process Quotes from famous people, such as Frank Carlucci, Martin McGuinness, Ron Silver, Ingrid Betancourt, Goran Persson. You can learn and implement many lessons from these quotes.

And we ought to work our diplomacy first and I think it

And we ought to work our diplomacy first and I think it’s a reason it’s going to respond increasingly to our diplomacy particularly with the president’s direct involvement in the peace process, and I think that’s extraordinarily important.
I have passed, I hope, many tests over the course of the last 20-odd years in relation to the peace process and intend to continue to work forward in a very sensible and reasoned way with political colleagues in the Executive.
Too often in the past, U.S. leaders have forced Israel to pay the price for American strategic interests in the Middle East – through concessions in the peace process as well as passivity in the face of Iraqi attacks.
Like in every peace process, and especially in Colombia, there all kinds of problems that will come through. Not only is the process by itself very complicated but it has lots of underground complications.
It is the hope of the European Union that Ariel Sharon will keep the peace process alive and continue the dialogue according to the wishes of all the parties involved.
Goran Persson
But if republicans are to prevail, if the peace process is to be successfully concluded and Irish sovereignty and re-unification secured, then we have to set the agendano-one else is going to do that.
There is not going to be a peace process unless there is talks involving Israel, Hezbollah and Hamas, and I think everyone knows that.
It’s really necessary for the United States to continue to give strong leadership to the Middle East peace process, supported by European countries at the same time.
A diplomatic peace is not yet the real peace. It is an essential step in the peace process leading towards a real peace.
Whether it be a matter of personal relations within a marriage or political initiatives within a peace process, there is no sure-fire do-it-yourself kit.
Working hard on peace process is a very good thing for yourself, for your region, for your country.
Abiy Ahmed
The main problem that we have in Lebanon, and in the region, is we don’t have a real peace process and I think this is the main focal problem that we have in the region.
My point was that removing Saddam should not have been our highest priority. Fighting terrorism should have been our number one concern, followed by the Palestinian peace process.
I call on Russia and the United States of America, the cosponsors of the peace conference, to help the peace process take bigger steps by contributing to the process and helping to overcome all obstacles.
Sinn Fein has productively taken the example of South Africa and, as we develop the peace process, we continue to use examples from South Africa.
I am concerned that there’s a cavalier attitude to the Irish Peace Process. What poor memories some have; I remember only too well the bag searches, the bomb scares and deaths. As they say, history doesn’t repeat itself, but it rhymes.
I say that to my colleagues, by the way, in the internal Cabinet meetings, I say, ‘Look, I want to be very clear about what I want.’ I just – I don’t want a peace process, I want a peace result.
I believe that peace with the Palestinians is most urgent – urgent than ever before. It is necessary. It is crucial. It is possible. A delay may worsen its chances. Israel and the Palestinians are, in my judgment, ripe today to restart the peace process.
Well I think it has always been a mistake to reduce the peace process in Ireland to a decommissioning process.
The lessons from the peace process are clear; whatever life throws at us, our individual responses will be all the stronger for working together and sharing the load.
I spent a lot of time with President Mandela supporting his efforts in the peace process in Burundi. The thing that impressed me the most was his humility.
On the other hand, if the free world is concerned with how a new Palestinian leader governs, then the peace process will have a real chance to succeed.
I do not think we can dismiss the contribution that people make, particularly when it is a very dangerous occupation to be involved in building support for the peace process.
Bill Clinton was one of the greatest presidents that we’ve seen. He was involved in the peace process in the very beginning, and he not only showed himself to be knowledgeable about Irish history and Irish-British relationships, but also he was very sympathetic to the idea of resolving conflict.
The fact that you had disruptions in the peace process was not only in Rwanda. We had the same problem in Cambodia, we had the same problem in Mozambique, we had the same problem in Salvador.
I’ve been involved in ties with elements in the Arab world for years now. They wish to establish relations with Israel, but they cannot do so while there is no peace process.
We got involved in the Rwanda peace process for the simple reason that there was a decision which was taken by the Security Council, because the troops were in Uganda, and we decided to have a military presence.
The engagements I had with Queen Elizabeth and Prince Charles were about reaching out and showing respect to the unionist people. I also recognised that when someone like her makes acts of reconciliation as she did do at the Garden of Remembrance in Dublin, she is 100% behind the peace process.
Any peace process after so many years of horror and terror will be long and difficult.
Jose Luis Rodriguez Zapatero
We now should hope and pray for a peace process. We’ve had good negotiations with both sides. Those are going to continue; those are going to be a commitment by the president and something that we’re going to work hard on. And we all hope, for the sake of Israeli children and Palestinian children, that we do have peace.