John Hume/Gerry Adams Statement 25th September 1993
The statement read as follows:-
Our discussions, aimed at the creation of a peace process which would involve all parties, have made considerable progress.
We agreed to forward a report on the position reached to date to Dublin for consideration. We recognise that the broad principles involved will be for wider consideration between the two governments.
Accordingly, we have suspended detailed discussions for the time being in order to facilitate this.
We are convinced from our discussions that a process can be designed to lead to agreement among the divided people of this island, which will provide a solid basis for peace.
Such a process would obviously also be designed to ensure that any new agreement that might emerge respects the diversity of our different traditions and earns their allegiance and agreement.