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Ethiopia - Obama expressed appreciation for the 'leadership role' Meles plays
Readout of the President’s calls with Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina of Bangladesh and Prime Minister Meles of Ethiopia
White House Press Release
As President Obama continues to lay the foundation for an international political agreement on climate change in Copenhagen, he is reaching out personally to his counterparts around the world. Yesterday, the President spoke with Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina of Bangladesh and Prime Minister Meles of Ethiopia.
President Obama encouraged Prime Minister Hasina to help reach robust agreement at the Leaders summit later this week in Copenhagen. The President reviewed efforts by the United States on climate change and reiterated his commitment to making progress. He emphasized his desire to reach a pragmatic solution that encompasses action by all countries. For her part, Prime Minister Hasina expressed appreciation for the efforts of the United States and noted that 80% of Bangladesh’s 150 million people could be negatively affected by climate change. The two leaders agreed on the importance of working closely with the Danish Prime Minister to reach an appropriate agreement and of encouraging all developed and developing countries to play a constructive role. The President also expressed support for Bangladesh’s efforts to combat terrorism in South Asia.
With Prime Minister Meles, the President reviewed efforts by the United States on climate change and reiterated his commitment to making progress. He expressed his appreciation for the leadership role the Prime Minister was playing in work with African countries on climate change, and urged him to help reach agreement at the Leaders summit later this week in Copenhagen. For his part, Prime Minister Meles stressed the importance of success in Copenhagen, and the need to find ways to make suitable progress on the mitigation, adaptation, and the provision of finance for the developing countries.
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Meles, Endewetah Yasikerih!
OBAMA IS GETTING IT.MELES IS THE SMARTEST LEADER IN AFRICA IF U LIKE IT OR NOT.
Obama is wise in convincing the counter parts to accept his proposal for the Copehagen conference.
After the conference, let us wait and see what the relationship would look like.
This mischief tyrant is trying to get attention from the collective of other Africans leaders.He is trying to cover up his misdeeds in Ethiopia. What ever he does is for false reasons.He is focusing in financial gain not in humanity.He is fraudulent in his motives– he wants the world not to see his human rights abuses and his bad governance over the Ethiopian people.
Long live meles
Meles is a good man and a great man.
The problem for the president is that Africans new that this woyane dictator is the western stooge planted to sabotage the strong African negotiating positions and already sidelined him and are not going to listen to him.He doesn’t have what it takes to represent one country let alone reperesenting Africa.This is too technical for woyane mind
Mr.President, please stay true to your words. There is nothing to be admired about a narcissist dictator who imprisons, tortures, and murders his political opponents.
that is cosmetic appreciation because that animal is unfortunately indispensable to fruition of the summit.
tsion, kkkkkkkkkkk motku
Dear Melesovich Supporters and A-kissers, This is a lesson for you to learn from, how to play politics. Obama is playing melesovich.
ANBESSAW MELES proves it again. For those of you…haters…swallow it…
Don’t blame Obama. blame African dictators for selecting this professional panhandler from the horn to represent them. Obama has to follow the rule of the protocol wether he liked or not.
We never got a chance to see a leader
like Meles in Ethiopia. It does not
mean he is perfect sence there is not
perfection in leadership.If you are not
below 30 years old think about Mengistu
and Hailesilase. We did not have
opposion party any type of free press
except government media.It is better to
see our past and contribute some thing for
our country to improve democracy in
From the view point of moral, Africa has no leader that fit to moral standards. His Majesty is dead and Madiba is frail. Intellectually, I am happy to be represented by Meles Zenawi.Look the other choices : Mugabe, Mubarek, Odinga…ugh.
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