„The crucial thing is what comes out at the end.“

—  Helmut Kohl, In a press conference on August 31, 1984; cited in DER SPIEGEL (September 3, 1984)
Původní znění

Entscheidend ist, was hinten rauskommt.

während einer Pressekonferenz am 31. August 1984; zitiert in DER SPIEGEL, 3. September 1984

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bývalý kancléř západního Německa a poté sjednoceného Německo 1930 - 2017

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