Peace processes are painful processes in which different political dynamics play a role and continuous tides are experienced. These processes, which usually start with secret preliminary negotiations, continue with official peace negotiations, which can be conducted in a transparent or semi-closed manner, and result in a peace agreement if successful.
Although the signing of the peace agreement is a great success, it does not mean that the conflict is completely over.
The implementation process that starts after the peace agreement is at least as important as the peace negotiations, and problems at this stage may lead to the resumption of the conflict.
The post-peace agreement process includes different stages regarding the contents of the agreement.