(if the classical phrase might be pardoned) a sine qua non
"The problem of Idlib is difficult and its solution is a sine qua non
for creating favorable conditions for the political process in Syria through joint efforts between Moscow and Ankara," Putin said.
Another problem is that indigenous people are seriously handicapped because they cannot make effective representation owing to language problems articulation is a sine qua non
of natural justice.
"This approach is above all an acknowledgement of our right to equality as a sine qua non
for building democracy and social justice as well as the citizenship principle," she noted.
fighting extremism are seen as essential partners at the formulation phase of the policy, which is a sine qua non
for its success and effectiveness.
He said that education was a sine qua non
for determining a nation's status in the comity of nations and achieving socio- economic development.
Iran will introduce its new oil contracts next month in which the transfer of technology will be a sine qua non
condition, Petroleum Ministry officials said.
* Rover Systems: Like most revolutionary systems that are not initially taken too seriously Rover systems have become a sine qua non
in a number of cases as they enable a man on the ground to have a drone's view see his surroundings (for example) on his adequately equipped display.
It has been recognised by all concerned that the implementation of the agreement in letter and spirit is a sine qua non
for the redress of the causes of tension and conflicts, big and small, along the long border between the two countries.
"On the other hand, the search for a Europe that will be able to respond effectively to these issues is a sine qua non
and in this environment the upcoming elections certainly have a particular interest and at the same time they have a challenge to meet" Vassiliou said, stressing that the broad participation of people in these elections in particular can help.
Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) Christine Lagarde said that loan negotiations with Egypt had stumbled due to political instability in the country, stressing that "stability is a sine qua non
condition for the loan".
The chief of the powerful organization, which is a great ally of Damascus, has once again called on Syrian opposition to hold dialogue with President Bashar al-Assad, an option already rejected by opponents who pose as a sine qua non
the departure of the head of State.
However, the EP is putting a stronger emphasis on respect for human rights, a sine qua non
for the EU to be a credible actor, namely in the fight against terrorism (see Europolitics 4404).
It is a sine qua non
that a language keeps itself alive if it retains subtlety and imagination.