Friday, September 25, 2009

Obama, Brown and Sarkozy: Iran has a secret nuclear plant

U.S. President Barack Obama today blamed Iran for several years to build a secret plant for producing nuclear fuel and demanded that Tehran comply with international rules on nuclear non-proliferation system.

Obama made this accusation presented at a joint press conference with British Prime Minister Gordon Brown and French President Nicolas Sarkozy at the Summit Group of 20 developed countries which is held in Pittsburgh, reported Reuters.
U.S. President's activities Tehran as "direct challenge" and said that they "violate the rules must comply with all nations." The newly discovered Iranian nuclear facility, Obama said that is incompatible with a peaceful nuclear program.

British Prime Minister Brown has accused Iran of deceit as he continued his nukelarni program and pointed out that the international community is ready to introduce him even stronger sanctions.
French President Sarkozy said that Iran was dragged international community on a dangerous path and promised to tighten sanctions if the country does not radically change its policy until December.

The main topic of G20 financial crisis summit
The Pittsburgh group has started Summit 20 most developed countries and major developing countries (G20), which will discuss measures to exit from the financial crisis and ways that this crisis is not repeated in the future.
G20 leaders will present during two plenary meetings to try to reach agreement on many important economic issues, including the reform of management system of the International Monetary Fund.
The White House this morning announced that the G20 member states agreed that the Group now become a major world economic forum for international economic cooperation. "
In a statement, the White House is not said what will be the fate of the Group of Eight most developed industrial countries. However, a senior official of one of the G20 member countries told reporters that the decision does not mean the abolition of the G8.
At the same time, the Chinese central bank Governor sje Duo told reporters that the summit participants will "bring a very important decision" to countries whose economies were more represented in the G20.
"We expect that participants in the summit today issued a very important political decision in this regard," Duo said at a news conference.

Leading developing countries expect to obtain the right to vote in the Governing Board of the IMF, because they feel that are underrepresented in comparison to European countries.
China is now considered the country that is least represented in the G20 with only 3.7 percent of the voting rights, as for example France has a 4.9 percent voting rights.
G20 members are Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, France, Germany, India, Indonesia, Italy, Japan, Mexico, Russia, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, South Korea, Turkey, Britain and the United States.
European Union, which represents the country which chairs the EU, and European Central Bank on 20 member of the G20.

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