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Rabu, 5 November 2008

Pemimpin dunia memberi tahniah kepada Obama


George Bush, US president
"What an awesome night for you, your family and your supporters. You are about to go on one of the great journeys of life. Congratulations and go enjoy yourself.''
Nicolas Sarkozy, French president
"With the world in turmoil and doubt, the American people, faithful to the values that have always defined America's identity, have expressed with force their faith in progress and the future.
"At a time when we must face huge challenges together, your election has raised enormous hope in France, in Europe and beyond. France and Europe ... will find a new energy to work with America to persevere peace and world prosperity."
Kevin Rudd, Australian prime minister
"Senator Obama's message of hope is not just for America's future, it is also a message of hope for the world as well. A world which is now in many respects fearful for its future.
"Australia looks forward to working closely, in close partnership and in close friendship with an America under this new Obama administration."
Stephen Harper, Canadian prime minister
"I look forward to meeting with the president-elect so that we can continue to strengthen the special bond that exists between Canada and the United States.
"In the weeks and months ahead Canadian officials and diplomats will be working closely with members of President-elect Obama's transition team. Ministers in our government look forward to building a strong working relationship with their counterparts in a new Obama cabinet."
Helen Clark, New Zealand prime minister
"The New Zealand government very much looks forward to working with the new Obama administration.
"Senator Obama will be taking office at a critical juncture. There are many pressing challenges facing the international community, including the global financial crisis and global warming. We look forward to working closely with President-elect Obama and his team to address these challenges."
Hamid Karzai, Afghan president
"I applaud the American people for their great decision and I hope that this new administration in the United States of America, and the fact of the massive show of concern for human beings and lack of interest in race and colour while electing the president, will go a long way in bringing the same values to the rest of world sooner or later.
I applaud the American people once again and hope that this election and President Obama's coming into office will bring peace to Afghanistan, life to Afghanistan and prosperity to the Afghan people and to the rest of the world."
Mwai Kibaki, Kenyan president
"We the Kenyan people are immensely proud of your Kenyan roots. Your victory is not only an inspiration to millions of people all over the world, but it has special resonance with us here in Kenya."
Pakistan embassy in Washington
"President (Asif Ali) Zardari expressed the hope that Pakistan-US relations will be enhanced under the new American leadership that received a popular mandate in Tuesday's poll."
Kgalema Motlanthe, South African president
"Africa, which today stands proud of your achievements, can only but look forward to a fruitful working relationship with you both at a bilateral and multilateral levels in our endeavour to create a better world for all who live in it.
"We express the hope that poverty and under-development in Africa, which remains a challenge for humanity, will indeed continue to receive a greater attention of the focus of the new administration."
Saeb Erekat, aide to Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas
"We hope the president-elect in the United States will stay the course and would continue the US engagement in the peace process without delay. We hope the two-state vision would be transferred from a vision to a realistic track immediately."
South Korean presidential blue house
"We believe the election of Obama is due to the American people's support for his message of new change and hope.
"President Lee Myung-bak has made change and reform an important policy priority since his own election and the two leaders share their philosophy in this regard."
Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono, Indonesian president
"Indonesia especially hopes that the US, under new leadership, will stand in the front and take real action to overcome the global financial crisis, especially since the crisis was triggered by the financial conditions in the US

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