Sunday, February 14, 2010

Hillary Clinton Discuss Iran Nuclear with Saudi Arabia

Minister of Foreign Affairs United States Hillary Clinton visit to Saudi Arabia. Wife of former U.S. president Bill Clinton will meet King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia and Prince Saud al-Faisal Saudi Foreign Minister who served.

In the meeting, Hillary will emphasize the U.S. efforts to halt Iran's nuclear activities. Prior visited Arabia, Hillary first visit to Qatar. During the visit, the former U.S. first lady said that now seem more powerful if Iran was trying to develop nuclear weapons.

According to Hillary's assistant as quoted by AFP news agency on Monday (15/2/2010), Hillary statement about Iran's alleged nuclear weapons louder than previous statements.

"It's time for Iran to be held responsible for activities that have been and may continue to have a destabilizing effect," Hillary said in a speech in front of the Islamic World Forum in Qatar, the United States, which was formed after the terrorist attacks of 11 September 2001.

"Iran provide the international community little choice but to apply the higher price of provocative steps," Hillary said after meeting with the ruler of Qatar Sheikh Hamad bin Khalifa al-Thani and Sheikh Hamad bin Jassim al-Thani, Foreign Minister and Prime Minister of Qatar.

"We are now working actively with regional partners and international us to prepare and implement new measures to convince Iran to change course," said Hillary.

It was mentioned Hillary following statement Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad that the country had begun enriching uranium to levels of 20 percent. Ahmadinejad insists that its nuclear program for peaceful purposes, namely as a civilian energy generation.

But the U.S. government and other countries suspect Iran is another big secretly trying to develop nuclear weapons through nuclear program dijalankannya.

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