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"Madam President, despite Ireland’s military neutrality, Ireland is not neutral, or indeed unconcerned, about the crisis that has erupted in Georgia. There is deep public concern that powerful people on all sides seem to want a new Cold War, and worry about the self-destructive talk of sanctions against Russia. Knee-jerk reactions will not build or guarantee peace or justice for the people of the region, or indeed anywhere else. Essentially, Russia has fired a warning shot across our bows. The EU’s response must be to use its resources to build new EU institutions capable of negotiating binding multilateral agreements. We must seek to build a new peaceful world in partnership with Russia, not in opposition to it."@en1
vice-chair; Delegation for relations with the Palestinian Legislative Council (2007-03-14--2009-07-13)3
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