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In France, Obama looks for support on Afghanistan
US President Barack Obama arrived in France on Friday for a NATO summit, where he pledged to repair US-European relations, sent a warning to North Korea, and stressed the importance of preventing a nuclear-armed Iran.
Obama was greeted by cheering crowds as he arrived in the city of Strasbourg, where he met France’s President Nicolas Sarkozy.
NATO is celebrating its 60th anniversary this weekend, and the American president is hoping to secure backing for his new strategy on Afghanistan. That plan aims to defeat an increasing insurgency by Taliban and al-Qaida militants in both Afghanistan and Pakistan.
Speaking before a town-hall style gathering in Strasbourg, Obama said that the U.S. and its allies must stand together because “al-Qaida is still a threat”.
Obama, Saudi King discuss Mideast peace initiative
US President Barack Obama on Thursday held talks with Saudi King Abdullah, and reiterated his support for a 2002 Saudi initiative for Middle East peace.
In their first face-to-face talks, held on the sidelines of a Group of 20 summit in London, the two leaders also “reaffirmed the long-standing, strong relationship between the two countries.”
The Saudi peace initiative, which Abdullah sponsored in February 2002, calls for full Arab recognition of Israel if it withdraws from territories occupied after the 1967 Six Day War, and a “just settlement” to the Palestinian refugee crisis.
Obama and Abdullah also discussed “international cooperation regarding the global economy, regional political and security issues, and cooperation against terrorism.”
Senior US, Japanese officials discuss Iran, Middle East
Senior US and Japanese officials met on Thursday in Washington, where they confirmed that they would maintain dialogue over Iran and increase cooperation on the Middle East, reports the Associated Press.
Quoting unnamed informed sources, AP reports that Japan’s ambassador to Tehran, Akio Shirota, and Toshiro Suzuki, head of the Japanese Foreign Ministry’s Middle Eastern and African Affairs bureau, met separately with Puneet Talwar, the National Security Council’s senior director for Iran, Iraq and the Persian Gulf countries, Representative Howard Berman, chairman of the House Foreign Affairs Committee, and other US officials.
While details of the talks were unknown, they were understood to be aimed at helping the United States formulate its policy toward Iran, because Tokyo has close ties with Tehran.
The Japanese officials are due to hold talks on Friday with US officials on Afghanistan, including Iran’s possible role in contributing to international efforts at bringing stability to that country.
Iran in the Press
Monday, 6 April 2009
North Korea tests rocket using Iranian technology
Iran rejects the statements by Obama on its nuclear program
1. Iran supports the right of North Korea to launch its missile
2. Iran: Mousavi will continue the nuclear program if elected president
The Cutting Edge News, US
Arab states worried over Iranian hegemony and nuclear ambitions
1. Turki al-Faisal: “Iran is a paper tiger with steel claws”
2. Khamenei welcomed the decision of Caracas to sever ties with Israel
Deputy IDF chief: Army preparing range of options on Iran
Almoslim, Saudi Arabia
Two Sunni religious scholars were executed in Iran
Aftab Yazd, Tehran
1. Mehdi Karubi says: Mir Hossein Mousavi has proven his honesty and purity
2. The Governor General of Iran’s Central Bank says: Interest rates must always be determined by the market
1. Chavez says: I am a pupil of the leader of Iran’s revolution
2. Quiet and conditional transfer of the Islamic Participation Front Party to the election headquarters of Mir Hossein [Mousavi]
Obama touts economic progress, but warns of hard times ahead
US President Barack Obama on Tuesday cautioned that the nation’s economic difficulties were not over, but said that there were signs of progress in battling the recession.
In a 45-minute speech at Georgetown University in Washington, DC, the president said that more action was needed to both repair the economy and enact sweeping new financial regulations.
Obama said: “By no means are we out of the woods just yet. But from where we stand, for the very first time, we are beginning to see glimmers of hope.”
According to a Gallup poll released on Monday, some 71 percent of Americans say they are confident that Obama will manage the economy properly
White House rejects report of easing nuclear demands with Iran
The White House on Tuesday denied reports that President Barack Obama was considering dropping a key demand that Iran suspend all its nuclear work before entering into negotiations with the international community.
White House spokesperson, Robert Gibbs, told reporters: “This would not be the first time that I’ve stood at this podium and – having read something in the newspaper that I found not to be accurate.”
The New York Times reported yesterday that the United States and its European allies may change track and open talks with Tehran while it continued to enrich uranium for some time.
Gibbs said: “The goal is and remains a suspension of Iran’s illicit nuclear weapons program.”
Tehran rejects Western accusations that it is seeking an atomic bomb, saying its nuclear program has only peaceful aims.
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