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President Obama got to give opening remarks Camp -- of the G-8 cents for the.
This is but we're the largest gathering ever.
International leaders at Camp David.
And I'm -- who -- arrange for good weather.
-- last night we had a chance to discuss.
Court issues that affect.
Our common security.
That I want to say that.
We are -- when it comes to approach.
With the wrong.
I think all of us agreed that.
Iran has the right to peaceful nuclear power.
It's continuing violations.
International rules and norms.
There had its inability thus far to convince the world community that it's not pursuing.
The weapons grade nuclear.
Power is something.
Great concern -- we are hopeful about.
Believe discussions that will be -- in Baghdad.
-- all of us are firmly committed to considering where.
Sanctions and pressure.
In combination with a diplomatic.
There our hope is is that we can resolve this issue.
In a peaceful fashion.
And its rights in the international community but also recognizes its responsibilities.
We had a discussion about Syria.
And we all believe that.
-- peaceful resolution and political transition in Syria is preferable.
Are all deeply concerned about the violence that's taking place there of the loss of life.
We are supportive.
The unemployment plan.
But we agreed and I expect this will be reflected in our communique.
That the auto plant has to be.
Fully implement -- and that a political process faster move forward.
More timely fashion to resolve that issue.
We also just discuss.
The situation North Korea.
All of us agree that North Korea's violating.
Its international obligations.
And that there is a path for them.
Two to rejoin the international community.
But that -- is not going to be.
Or toward that objective will not be achieved.
If they continue with a provocative actions that they have shown over the last several months.
And -- on a brighter note we had the opportunity to discuss -- And all of us are hopeful.
The political process in transition transformation that is beginning to take place there.
Many of us have taken action.
Open up trade and investment would Burma for the first time in many years.
We have had discussions.
-- The leadership they're our hope is is that this process will continue and we're gonna -- -- that we -- -- Encourage that process of finally we have brief discussion around.
The issue of women's empower where we've agreed that.
When it comes to economic development.
And when it comes through peace and security issues.
Empowering women to have a seat at the table and get -- more involved.
In these processes can be extraordinarily powerful and this is something that we will also be a producer.
During the G -- so.
I want to thank all the leaders despite the fact that at least those coming from across the Atlantic.
Ended up staying up by just -- 6 in the morning their time.
Discussions were very.
-- -- -- This morning we're going to be spending a lot of time on.
The eurozone will be one topic.
And all of us.
Or apps we're committed.
Two making sure that.
Both broad and stability.
And fiscal consolidation.
Are part of a overall package that all of us have to pursue.
In order to achieve the kind of prosperity for our citizens that we're looking for will -- be talking about uncertainty in the energy markets and how we can.
-- result some of those issues and will be spending some time.
Talking about development the Middle East North Africa.
And our capacity to sustain.
Economic development in Afghanistan obviously in Chicago during the NATO meeting we'll spend more time talking about security -- Security matters -- -- we want to make sure that.
We recognize the need for Afghanistan to be able to sustain -- development agenda.
Moving forward as we begin the transition.
Out of war so -- I -- political leaders for being here.
So far this has been -- frank.
And useful conversation.
And it gives me great optimism about our ability to be he's shown -- -- Thank you very much Herbert.
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