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Titel:Brown: Britain to work tirelessly with U.S.

Date:2009/3/5 15:36:50

 
 
 
 
 
·Britian would work tirelessly with U.S. on anti-terror, Mideast peace and Iran's nuclear issue.
·"I know that there is no power on Earth that can ever drive us apart," said Brown.
·Obama said Britain is one of the closest and strongest allies of the United States.

    WASHINGTON, March 4 (Xinhua) -- Highlighting the special Anglo-American relationship, Prime Minister Gordon Brown on Wednesday told U.S. lawmakers that his country would work "tirelessly" with the United States on anti-terror war, Mideast peace and Iran's nuclear issue.

    "Alliances can wither or be destroyed, but partnerships of purpose are indestructible. Friendships can be shaken, but our friendship is unshakable. Treaties can be broken, but our partnership is unbreakable," said the prime minister in a formal address to U.S. Congress in Washington.

Highlighting the special Anglo-American relationship, Prime Minister Gordon Brown on Wednesday told U.S. lawmakers that his country would work "tirelessly" with the United States on anti-terror war, Mideast peace and Iran's nuclear issue.

British Prime Minister Gordon Brown delivers remarks at the Joint Session of the US Congress on Capitol Hill, Washington, D.C., March 4, 2009. (Xinhua/Zhang Yan)
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    "I know that there is no power on Earth that can ever drive us apart," he added, after President Barack Obama promised the special relationship between the United States and Britain "will not break."

    During his meeting with Brown on Tuesday, President Obama said the special relationship with Britain is important to the American people, and that Britain is one of the closest and strongest allies of the United States.

Highlighting the special Anglo-American relationship, Prime Minister Gordon Brown on Wednesday told U.S. lawmakers that his country would work "tirelessly" with the United States on anti-terror war, Mideast peace and Iran's nuclear issue.

British Prime Minister Gordon Brown delivers remarks at the Joint Session of the US Congress on Capitol Hill, Washington, D.C., March 4, 2009. (Xinhua/Zhang Yan)
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    "And let me, therefore, promise you our continued support to ensure that there is no hiding place for terrorists, no safe haven for terrorism," Brown told the lawmakers.

    "We will work tirelessly with you as partners for peace in the Middle East, for a two-state solution, ... that provides for nothing less than a secure Israel safe within its borders existing side by side with a viable Palestinian state," said Brown.

    "We will work tirelessly with you to reduce the threat of nuclear proliferation and reduce the stockpile of nuclear weapons," he said.

    "Our shared message to Iran, it is simple. We are ready for you to rejoin the international community but, first, you must cease your threats and suspend your nuclear programs," Brown stressed.

    Britain is one of the United States' closest allies, and its foreign policy emphasizes close coordination with the United States.

    The two countries continually consult on foreign policy issues and global problems and share major foreign and security policy objectives. The U.S.-Britain relationship is also viewed as the corner of the transatlantic relationship. 

Obama highlights U.S.-Britain special relationship

British Prime Minister Gordon Brown speaks during meeting with US President Barack Obama in the Oval Office of the White House in Washington, DC. on Tuesday.

British Prime Minister Gordon Brown speaks during meeting with U.S. President Barack Obama in the Oval Office of the White House in Washington, DC. March 3, 2009.(Xinhua/Reuters Photo)
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    WASHINGTON, Mar. 3 (Xinhua) -- President Barack Obama said on Tuesday that the U.S.-Britain relationship is important to the American people, and that Britain is one of the closest and strongest allies of the United States.

    "The special relationship between the United States and Great Britain is one that is not just important to me, it is important to the American people," Obama told reporters after meeting with British Prime Minister Gordon Brown.  Full story

 
 
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