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Harri Holkeri
January 6, 1937 -
Nationality: Finnish
Category: Politician

I think I can regard myself as a political decision-maker.


What we can do as individuals may not be very much on the global scale, but we have to start the change by living as we are teaching.


Peace enforcement is a much more difficult kind of operation than peacekeeping.


There are many challenges, there are many obstacles; let us try to change the obstacles to advantages.


Without rebuilding the confidence between parties, you will never succeed.


In Finland we have equal political rights for women and men. We do not regard ourselves according to sex.


Men and women have roles - their roles are different, but their rights are equal.


If there is something I would like to do as President of the General Assembly, it is to place more emphasis on the issue of education, which enables a better life for women.


If you come to a negotiation table saying you have the final truth, that you know nothing but the truth and that is final, you will get nothing.


I recently reread an article of mine written in 1964, and I think it is still valid. There is not much difference. Many of the items on the agenda 37 years ago are still there.


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