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"It means finding a path through mutual concessions to achieve national unity."
In other words that there has been no Coalition, no mutual concessions.
We negotiated on this report, and we made some very interesting mutual concessions.
"There has never been a negotiation that did not imply mutual concessions.
Having identified the disputed issues, the Americans are working on a package of mutual concessions that could produce the settlement.
I think both sides should make mutual concessions."
His solution was dialogue and mutual concessions.
"No, an agreement reached by mutual concessions.
Endeavors like these are worthy because their starting point is the assumption that Lebanon really must be governed through mutual concessions and dialogue.
Only a negotiated settlement that addresses both sides' vital interests, based on mutual concessions, has a chance of achieving an enduring peace.
In February, Pitt presented a plan of conciliation based upon mutual concessions, but this was also rejected.
In fact, he said, "it turns out that the necessary mutual concessions took place only when a firmer government, a firmer policy was installed."
Both sides wanted to resolve the conflict peacefully and to reach national reconciliation based on mutual concessions and compromises.
Mr. Karadzic, who emerged smiling, said, "If we make mutual concessions, it will be resolved."
Summits do not always yield mutual concessions; conflicting political interests are rarely ameliorated by displays of cordiality.
The best path would be global negotiations like the Uruguay Round, where most of the world is now engaged in striking a bargain on mutual concessions.
Officials say that Mr. Bush has not decided how hard to personally press the Israelis and Arabs for mutual concessions.
The measures S and R are integrated into Q for compromise solution, the base for an agreement established by mutual concessions.
Perhaps one day Vorian and I can make mutual concessions and forgive one another, and then there may be peace with the rest of humanity.
"These mutual concessions of ours, good deed for bad deed, licenses for murder and healing, that can all be justified, I'm sure.
'Mutual Concessions' Sought Even those who criticized the Government, however, said they longed for a compromise that would defuse the crisis.
This matchup does not augur well for the new Middle East peace process, begun last week when American officials published a seven-page road map of proposed mutual concessions.
On 12 May, an opinion poll showed that 72% of respondents felt that the parties must make mutual concessions and work together, 22.9% of them called for a new election.
But Turkey and Greece are both highly nationalistic countries, and it remains to be seen whether politicians on either side will prove willing to embrace the idea of mutual concessions.
Their statement emphasized that the permanence of the mutual concessions - the independence moratorium and renewal of Moscow trade - ultimately was subject to the opening of formal negotiations and their success.