Last quote by Pierre Kraehenbuehl
Displacement is a very difficult experience, to lose another home, to lose another place of residence.feedback
Mar 31 2017
Pierre Kraehenbuehl has been quoted 5 times in 4 different articles. On this page, you will find all of Pierre Kraehenbuehl’s quotes organized by date and topic. Alongside each quote is a link back to the article where the quote was reported, so you can go back to the source for more context if you need it. Topics that Pierre Kraehenbuehl speaks about are Palestine and Israel, for example. Most recently, Pierre Kraehenbuehl was quoted in the article U.N.'s Palestinian aid agency urges Trump to revive MidEast peace bid saying, “They were told since they were born that if you embark on negotiated processes … there will be a reward at the end of the road, which is a stable state of Palestine living in peace and security side-by-side with Israel. This has not happened and of course can lead to further serious and significant developments.”.
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Quotes by Pierre Kraehenbuehl
Jan 09 2017
They were told since they were born that if you embark on negotiated processes … there will be a reward at the end of the road, which is a stable state of Palestine living in peace and security side-by-side with Israel. This has not happened and of course can lead to further serious and significant developments.feedback
Jan 09 2017
The reality is just that right now there is no such thing that one can call a peace process for Israel and Palestine. And it's a very big risk that the world is taking.feedback
Jul 31 2014
People of Gaza have nowhere to go. So when fighting starts and they move, it is not as if they can cross a border to somewhere… And if the last refuge that we thought would be offered to displaced people which are our school buildings, the sanctity must be respected by all parties. And if it is not, it is intolerable, and the world has to know it.feedback
Jan 06 2009
If security conditions allow, and that's of paramount importance, obviously we'll consider bringing in more medical teams. That's at the heart of the crisis. It's crucial that injured civilians aren't just brought to hospital, I mean that ambulances can get to them, but that they can receive the necessary treatment when they arrive. At the moment people are dying for want of access to treatment.feedback
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