negotiating table

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negotiating table

negotiating table

[nɪˈgəʊʃɪˌeɪtɪŋˈteɪbl] ntavolo delle trattative
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President Nicos Anastasiades called on Turkey and the Turkish Cypriots to return to the negotiating table provided they end the violation of the republic's sovereign rights inside its exclusive economic zone (EEZ).
Palestinians denounced renewed statements by US President that Jerusalem is off the negotiating table and threats to cut all Washinton aid to the Palestinians if they do not return to the negotiating table with Israel, stressing that if Jerusalem is off the negotiating table, then peace and the United States are off the table as well.
Their effectiveness may be doubted, but the definitely positive fact is that it became possible to return Armenia to the negotiating table.
Senator Markey has been the leading Congressional voice calling for increased sanctions to help pressure North Korea back to the negotiating table.
Tillerson took to the podium at the White House to address questions about the latest move as part of a "peaceful pressure campaign" by the Trump administration to pressure North Korea to the negotiating table over its unlawful nuclear ballistic missile program.
He explained that these steps are based on three pillars: "The cessation of hostilities, implementing specific confidence-building measures that will alleviate human suffering, and returning to the negotiating table with a view to reaching a comprehensive peace agreement.
The government hopes to see them sign a unilateral ceasefire agreement for us to go back to the negotiating table.
Foreign Minister Mohammad-Javad Zarif says the Americans were forced to the nuclear negotiating table by the huge turnout of voters at the last presidential elections in 2013.
In a statement issued here on Sunday, he said that the LCCI had already appealed to all political parties to settle their issues on the negotiating table, instead of taking to the streets.
Ban said that the coming days should be used to get back to the negotiating table rather than to secure further battlefield gains.
Members of the Centrale des syndicats du Quebec (CSQ) say they're ready to keep fighting the Couillard government over proposed cuts, but they would rather stick to the negotiating table than protest in the streets.
We are asking the Government to get back round the negotiating table.

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