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Obama mau mengusukan dunia  bebas senjata nuklir.

Kalau
ini udah kelar, kalau dunia sudah bebas senjata nuklir tinggal kita
kudu bebaskan dunia dari Allah, tuhan, dewa dan dedemit serta hantu
blau lainnya.

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BBC NEWS

Obama promotes nuclear-free world

US President Barack Obama is to outline his vision of a world free of nuclear 
weapons in a major speech in Europe.

He
is expected to call for a global summit on nuclear security and the
forging of new partnerships to prevent the spread of nuclear weapons.

Proliferation is top of the agenda at a summit Mr Obama is attending with EU 
leaders in the Czech capital, Prague.

The summit comes hours after North Korea controversially launched a rocket 
despite international warnings.

Mr
Obama condemned the launch, saying that North Korea had further
isolated itself from the community of nations, and should refrain from
further "provocative" actions.

"To achieve a global ban on
nuclear testing, the Obama Administration will work to bring the
Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty (CTBT) into force," the White House said
in a statement issued before Mr Obama's speech.

It added that Mr
Obama would also seek Senate ratification of the CTBT - an agreement
that would ban all nuclear explosions for any purpose - which cannot
currently come into effect as nuclear powers such as the US and China
have not ratified it, and India and Pakistan have not signed it.

In
his speech, Mr Obama is also expected to seek to negotiate a new
international treaty that "verifiably ends the production of fissile
materials for nuclear weapons," the statement said.

Extermination of cities

Speaking
in Strasbourg on Friday, the US president said he would "lay out an
agenda to seek the goal of a world without nuclear weapons".

He would also address issues such as the security of nuclear material and the 
trade in illicit weapons, he said.
OBAMA'S TRANSATLANTIC VISIT
# 3 April: Obama meets Sarkozy in France and Merkel in Germany
# 4 April: Leaders walk across the Rhine and hold North Atlantic Council 
meeting in Strasbourg
# 5 April: Obama in Prague for US-EU summit
# 6-7 April: Obama visits Turkey

"Even
with the Cold War over, the spread of nuclear weapons or the theft of
nuclear material could lead to the extermination of any city on the
planet," Mr Obama said.

His speech comes days after he and
Russian President Dmitry Medvedev - meeting on the sidelines of the G20
summit in London - agreed to reopen negotiations about reducing nuclear
warheads.

They aim to produce a new arms control treaty to
replace the Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty (Start) that expires at the
end of the year.

Under Mr Obama's predecessor, George W Bush,
tensions arose between the two sides over the US plan for a missile
defence shield, parts of which would be stationed in Poland and the
Czech Republic.

The new US administration is currently reviewing
the plans, which are meant to counter nuclear attacks from countries
like Iran and North Korea but which Moscow sees as a threat.

European pledges

After his speech Mr Obama will meet EU leaders to discuss issues such as 
climate change and energy security.

He will then fly to Turkey for the final stop of his European tour.

The
US president arrived in Prague late on Saturday from the Nato summit in
Strasbourg, where he secured pledges from European nations to send more
troops to Afghanistan to provide security for elections in August.

Ahead
of his arrival several hundred people gathered in Prague to protest
against the missile shield. Further protests are expected on Sunday.

Mr
Obama's first trip to Eastern Europe, 20 years since the end of the
Cold War, was supposed to be the highlight of the Czech presidency of
the EU.

But his official engagements there have been scaled down
in the wake of Prime Minister Mirek Topolanek's resignation late last
month, after losing a no-confidence motion.

Mr Topolanek - who
has also described Mr Obama's stimulus plan as "the road to hell" -
will remain in office until a new cabinet is appointed or fresh
elections are held.

Story from BBC NEWS:
http://news.bbc.co.uk/go/pr/fr/-/2/hi/e ... 983963.stm

Published: 2009/04/05 07:53:02 GMT

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