The Nobel Peace Center in Oslo has posted a memory protocol for the deceased laureate Shimon Peres. This protocol can also be digitally signed.
Along with Yasser Arafat and Yitzhak Rabin, Peres in 1994 received the Nobel Peace Prize.
The news of his demise was therefore received with sorrow at the peace center in the Old West Court Building in downtown Oslo.
– Along with the entire world, we at the Nobel Peace Center mourn for the loss of Shimon Peres.
He was called “hawk became a dove.” He was controversial and contradictory – a visionary peace dove and a cynical strategist.
Although he said that “after everything I have seen and experienced in life, I have earned the right to believe that peace is achievable.” We will remember him for that, says Nobel Peace Center director Liv Tørres.
A condolence protocol has been laid out in the center’s arrival hall for audiences who want to have a place to go to remember Peres.
A digital memory protocol is posted on the center’s website.
Source: NTB scanpix / Norway Today