29 June 1996
Sinn Fein President, Gerry Adams said on Saturday that a mortar bomb attack on a British army base in Germany must not be allowed to paralyse the search for peace in Ireland.
Mr. Adams said:
``Whoever was responsible for the attack on the British Army base in Germany, it is clear that it presents all of us with a challenge to produce an alternative to conflict which can bring it to a permanent end.
``Inclusive dialogue is the only means by which this can be achieved.
``Last night's incident, like other recent events, should not be allowed to become a cause of paralysis. Rather it should act as a spur on political leaders to work even harder to restore the peace process.''
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