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- Strengthening NATO’s Partnerships At the Chicago Summit, President Obama and the 27 leaders of the other Allied nations acted to further strengthen and deepen NATO’s ties with partner nations. Enhancing NATO’s global network of partnerships is a top priority for the United States and NATO, and leaders made important progress on this front. In addition, NATO’s meeting with four partner nations aspiring to NATO membership sent the important signal that NATO’s door remains open to new members. With the presence of a large number
1. We, the Leaders of the Group of Eight, met at Camp David on May 18 and 19, 2012 to address major global economic and political challenges.
The Global Economy
2. Our imperative is to promote growth and jobs.
3. The global economic recovery shows signs of promise, but significant headwinds persist.
4. Against this background, we commit to take all necessary steps to strengthen and reinvigorate our economies and combat financial stresses, recognizing that the right measures are not the same for each of us.
5. We welcome the ongoing
Le Premier ministre Stephen Harper a prononcé le discours suivant à Camp David, Maryland : « Permettez-moi d’abord de remercier le Président Obama de son accueil chaleureux et de son leadership pendant ce Sommet. « Les membres du G8 ont tenu de franches discussions sur l’incertitude économique mondiale. « Grâce à des bases solides, l’économie canadienne
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In their May 9 telephone conversation, President Obama and Russian President Vladimir Putin commemorated the occasion of Russia’s celebration of Victory in Europe day, noting the historic war-time alliance between our two countries and underscoring their mutual commitment to strengthening the U.S.-Russian partnership. President Obama and President Putin noted with satisfaction the concrete achievements of the last three years and expressed their commitment to enhance bilateral cooperation on the basis of mutual strategic interests. Noting his responsibilities to finalize Cabinet appointments in the new Russian government, President Putin expressed his regret that he would be unable to attend the G8 Summit at Camp David on May 18-19.
President Obama expressed his understanding of President Putin’s decision and welcomed the participation of Russian Prime Minister Medvedev at the G8 Summit. President Obama and President Putin agreed to hold a bilateral meeting on the margins of the June 18-19, G20 Summit in Los Cabos, Mexico. The two Presidents reiterated their interest in the sustained high-level dialogue that has characterized the re-set of relations, and the substantial progress of the last three years on issues like nuclear security and non-proliferation, Afghanistan, the WTO, and increased trade and commercial ties.
Source : White House, May 09, 2012
President Obama called President-elect Francois Hollande of France to congratulate him after the results of the French election were announced today. President Obama indicated that he looks forward to working closely with Mr. Hollande and his government on a range of shared economic and security challenges. President Obama noted that he will welcome President-elect Hollande to Camp David for the G-8 Summit and to Chicago for the NATO Summit later this month, and proposed that they meet beforehand at the White House. President Obama and President-elect Hollande each reaffirmed the important and enduring alliance between the people of the United States and France.
Source : White House, May 06, 2012
In May, the United States looks forward to hosting the G-8 and NATO Summits. To facilitate a free-flowing discussion with our close G-8 partners, the President is inviting his fellow G-8 leaders to Camp David on May 18-19 for the G-8 Summit, which will address a broad range of economic, political and security issues. The President will then welcome NATO allies and partners to his hometown of Chicago for the NATO Summit on May 20-21, which will be the premier opportunity this year for the President to continue his efforts to strengthen NATO in order to ensure that the Atlantic Alliance remains the most successful alliance in history, while charting the way forward in Afghanistan. Source : White House, March 05, 2012
Statement by the Press Secretary on the President’s Invitation to African Leaders to Join Camp David Summit
President Obama has invited African Leaders to join Leaders at the G-8 Summit at Camp David on May 19 for a discussion session on accelerating progress towards food security in Africa. The African Leaders who have been invited to participate in the Summit are :
Chairperson of the African Union and President of Benin Yayi Boni
Prime Minister Meles Zenawi of Ethiopia
President John Mills of Ghana
President Jakaya Kikwete of Tanzania Source : White House, May 03, 2012
1975 France Rambouillet
1976 United States San Juan, Puerto Rico
1977 United Kingdom London
1978 Germany Bonn
1979 Japan Tokyo
1980 Italy Venice
1981 Canada Montréal, Québec
1982 France Versailles
1983 United States Williamsburg, Virginia
1984 United Kingdom London
1985 Germany Bonn
1986 Japan Tokyo
1987 Italy Venice
1988 Canada Toronto, Ontario
1989 France Paris, Grande Arche
1990 United States Houston, Texas
1991 United Kingdom London
1992 Germany Munich, Bavaria
1993 Japan Tokyo
1994 Italy Naples
1995 Canada Halifax, Nova Scotia
1996 France Lyon
1997 United States Denver, Colorado
1998 United Kingdom Birmingham
1999 Germany Cologne, North Rhine-Westphalia
2000 Japan Okinawa
2001 Italy Genoa
2002 Canada Kananaskis, Alberta
2003 France Evian
2004 United States Sea Island, Georgia
2005 United Kingdom Glenaegles, Scotland
2006 Russia Saint-Petersburg
2007 Germany Heiligendamm
2008 Japan Toyako, Hokkaido
2009 Italy L’Aquila
2010 Canada Muskoka, Ontario
2011 France, Deauville
The White House has announced the G8 Summit will be moved to Camp David. The NATO Summit will remain in Chicago and will be May 20-21. Camp David is a remote military installation located in the state of Maryland. The compound is a historic retreat for US Presidents and their guests.
While the NATO Summit is in itself a very important event, the seriousness of what faces Chicago has now become much more manageable. In this surprising turn of events, protesters, businesses, and local government all seem in sync toward continued preparation, if not to be scaled much differently.