Facts about Gijs de Vries

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Gijs de Vries is a famous Politician from Netherland, he/she is 64 years old and still alive, born February 22, 1956.

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He/she is born under the zodiac pisces, who is known for Fluctuation, Depth, Imagination, Reactive, Indecisive. Our collection contains 31 quotes who is written / told by Gijs.

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Famous quotes by Gijs de Vries (31)


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"We are familiar with terrorism. But indiscriminate, cross-border, religiously motivated terrorism is new"
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"There are no automatic links between poverty and terrorism. Among millions of poor people in the world, only a few turn to terrorism"
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"The violent radicals do not legitimately represent the overwhelming majority of the world's Muslims"
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"The central role in the fight against terrorism is with national authorities"
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"Our strategy should be to strengthen the hand of moderate Muslims"
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"In the fight against terrorism, national agencies keep full control over their police forces, security and intelligence agencies and judicial authorities"
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"In intelligence work, there are limits to the amount of information one can share. Confidentiality is essential"
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"If you combat an international phenomenon, it is indispensable to share information internationally"
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"We have an integrated picture of the threat from outside and from within that is provided not only to our foreign ministers but also to our justice and interior ministers"
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"There is a series of sectors which could be severely disrupted by terrorist attacks, particularly if they were to happen in several member states simultaneously"
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"Terrorists always have the advantage of surprise"
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"It's important that we work very closely with moderate Muslim forces locally, nationally and internationally"
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"If information ends up in the wrong hands, the lives of people very often are immediately at risk"
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"We remain vulnerable. There is no such thing as 100 percent security against terrorism"
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"Ultimately, freedom and democracy are stronger than fear and tyranny"
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"Indiscriminate attacks on civilians ought, under all circumstances, to be illegal in war as in peacetime"
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"Europe has a long and tragic history of mostly domestic terrorism"
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"I remain optimistic. What we've seen in Europe and the rest of the world is that freedom has a much stronger attraction than radical fundamentalism"
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"I have never come across a technology that doesn't change. This is inevitable. You have to adapt your systems as technology develops"
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"The majority of the world's Muslims do not believe that terrorism is a legitimate strategy or that Islam is incompatible with democracy"
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"Terrorists have failed to trigger mass conflict between Muslims and non-Muslims in Europe. We should draw strength from that fact"
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"Police forces collect information to be used in a public court to get people convicted. Security services gather information that does not necessarily lead to people being prosecuted and in many cases needs to remain confidential"
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"Look at Iraq; look at Afghanistan, where at great personal physical risk people have gone to the polls and have rejected the appeal from Bin Laden and his allies to stay at home"
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"The European Borders Agency in Warsaw has been created to help border forces in Europe cooperate more"
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"In situations of military conflict, civil strife, lawlessness, bad governance, and human rights violations, terrorists find it easier to hide, train and prepare their attacks"
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"The key to tackling Islamist fundamentalism and terrorism from the Islamist community is in the hands of moderate Muslims"
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"We still lack a global definition of terrorism"
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"The idea is to have global standards. There is so much travel that if you just had a regional standard, it would probably ultimately have to be changed"
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"Terrorists have failed in what is arguably al Qaida's most important objective - to trigger revolutions"
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"Muslim organisations tend to have a low level of organisation. The communities in Europe are quite diverse"
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"If you exchange information internationally, you must strengthen data protection. Those are two sides of the same coin"


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