Good morning everybody. I am greet all leaders who are actively participating on this 2nd day of the 4th NCA-S EAO Summit, to review the Peace Process and carry on together until the implementation is successfully achieved.
Even though our view on the Peace Process may not always be the same, some of EAOs have analysed that the Peace Process is not on its right track. I propose that this is our common position to proceed together working in tandem so that we can overcome the deadlocks and challenges.
It is necessary not to see this pursuit as the exit trying only for one or two organisations. Some of the deadlocks may not amount to much for some organisations, while for other organisations those deadlocks may weigh heavily upon them. But this view depends greatly on the realities of the different organisations.
Whatever the situation maybe, in order to continue this Peace Process meaningfully and achieve federalism as our ultimate goal, it is necessary that we stay united. It is necessary for us to find some kind of alliance that is strategic, and truly supportive to one another. In this way, it becomes a binding force among ourselves so as to guarantee us successful achievement of the goal that we aspired for.
Today at the Summit, is necessary to seek a strategic formation. And don't think of this formation depending on the size of the organisation. It is not necessary to build our premise on the philosophy that larger organisations must drag the smaller ones and that if the small ones do not follow, the larger ones cannot move on. For this reason, I would like to conclude in my remarks by saying that with the purpose of focusing on our common interests and common vision, based on functional trust, think about a firm strategic consolidation. Thank you everyone.