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Obama calls for end to nuclear weapons in Prague speech
US President Barack Obama delivers his public speech near the Prague Castle
US President Barack Obama has announced ambitious plans to rid the world of
nuclear weapons at a speech in Prague. Yet his support for a controversial
missile shield could anger Russia.
An estimated 30,000 people streamed into the historic center of Prague on
Sunday to hear Obama deliver his first major public speech in Europe since
becoming president. With Prague Castle as a backdrop, Obama proposed measures
to eliminate existing nuclear weapons, stop further nuclear proliferation and
prevent terrorists from acquiring nuclear weapons or materials. The US leader's
speech comes as the Czech Republic marks the 20th anniversary of the fall of
"As the only nuclear power who have used a nuclear weapon, the United States
has a moral responsibility to act," Obama said. "We cannot succeed in this
endeavor alone, but we can start it."
Call for action on North Korea
Graphic of North Korean flag and rocketsBildunterschrift: Großansicht des
Bildes mit der Bildunterschrift: Obama singled out North Korea in his remarks
Obama's focus on nuclear non-proliferation took on special significance as it
came just hours after North Korea announced it had launched a long-range rocket
into space. The rocket was launched in defiance of warnings from North Korea's
Asian neighbors and Washington.
Obama condemned the North Korean move as a "provocative act."
"This provocation underscores the need for action," Obama said. "Violations
must be punished. Words must mean something. Now is the time for a strong
Pyongyang has said it was putting a communications satellite into orbit. But
Japan, South Korea and Washington believe the launch was a screen to test a
Obama supports missile shield
US President Barack Obama delivers his public speech near the Prague Castle in
Prague, Czech Republic,Bildunterschrift: Großansicht des Bildes mit der
Bildunterschrift: Obama said he will push for ratification of
Obama's speech does not mean the US has immediate plans to get rid of all its
nuclear weapons. The United States will maintain a safe, secure and reliable
nuclear capability to deter adversaries and reassure the US's allies, Obama
He also indicated that the United States would "go forward" with a
controversial missile defense system planned for the Czech Republic and Poland.
The proposal has angered Russia, despite US assurances that the system is meant
to protect Europe from an attack by Iran.
"As long as the threat from Iran persists, we will go forward with the missile
system," Obama said. "If the Iranian threat is eliminated, we will have a
stronger basis for security, and the driving force for missile construction in
Europe will be removed."
That announcement could heighten tensions with Russia. Yet Obama said he's
eager to negotiate a legally-binding arms reduction treaty with Russia. The US
will also seek to ratify a nuclear test ban treaty.
Obama discusses environment, economy
German Chancellor Angela Merkel, left, and US President Barack Obama, right,
with honor guard standing at attentionBildunterschrift: Großansicht des Bildes
mit der Bildunterschrift: Obama has been meeting with European leaders
Obama's keynote speech in Prague is a major highlight of his five-nation trip,
which marks his first major foray onto the world stage since becoming president
in January. Last week, Obama attended a summit in London on the financial
crisis and marked NATO's 60th anniversary in Germany and France.
He will spend Sunday meeting with leaders of the 27-member European Union in
Prague. European leaders are expected to press Obama on two global issues --
the economic crisis and climate change.
He will also meet with Czech Prime Minister Mirek Topolanek, whose country
holds the EU rotating presidency. The outgoing prime minister, who last month
lost a vote of confidence in the Czech parliament, recently denounced Obama's
massive economic stimulus plan as "the road to hell."
The next stop on Obama's first major international trip will be Turkey.
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