Obama recipe le Premio Nobel del Pace de 2009.

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In Washington, Barack Obama ha reagite al decision del Committee Nobel exprimente su “surprisa” e su “profunde humilitate.”

Io non considera iste premio como le recognition del obras que io ha complite”, declarava le presidente American, “ma io lo accepta como un appello al action”.

Le decision del committee Nobel es un surprisa, mesmo pro le Casa Blanc, ubi le consiliero politic de Barack Obama, David Axelrod, diceva que ille esseva “stupefacte” e accentuava que Barack Obama non esseva un candidato pro le Premio Nobel.

Barack Obama es le quarte presidente american qui ha recipite le Premio Nobel del Pace, ma cata un de su predecessores habeva resultatos concrete a evaluar.

Le plus recente, Jimmy Carter, habeva forgiate le accordos de pace de Camp David de 1978 inter Egypto e Israel.

In 1919, Woodrow Wilson habeva essite salutate per le committee Nobel proque ille habeva fundate le Liga de Nationes, le ancestre del Nationes Unite.

In 1906 Theodore Roosevelt habeva recipite le Premio Nobel del Pace pro haber negotiate le accordo de pace inter Japon e Russia le anno previe.

In su declaration, le Committee Nobel explica que Barack Obama ha create un “nove climate” in le scena international e ha prendite “effortios extraordinari pro fortificar le diplomatia e cooperation inter le populos del mundo”.

Obama reçoit le prix Nobel de la Paix 2009.

A Washington, Barack Obama a réagi à la décision du comité Nobel de lui accorder le Prix Nobel de la Paix exprimant sa “surprise” et sa “profonde humilité”.

“Je ne considère pas ce prix comme une reconnaissance des oeuvres que j’ai accomplies”, a déclaré le président américain, “mais je l’accepte comme un appel à l’action”.

La décision du comité Nobel est une surprise, y compris pour la Maison Blanche, où le conseiller politique de Barack Obama, David Axelrod, se déclare “stupéfait” et souligne que Barack Obama n’était pas candidat au Prix Nobel.

Barack Obama est le quatrième président américain à recevoir le Prix Nobel de la Paix, mais chacun de ses prédécesseurs avaient des résultats concrets à faire valoir.

Le dernier en date, Jimmy Carter, avait ainsi forgé les accords de paix de Camp David de 1978 entre l’Egypte et Israël.

En 1919, Woodrow Wilson avait été salué par le comité Nobel parce qu’il avait fondé la Ligue des Nations, l’ancêtre des Nations Unies.

En 1906, Theodore Roosevelt avait reçu le Nobel de la Paix pour avoir négocié l’année précédente l’accord de paix entre le Japon et la Russie.

Dans sa déclaration, le comité Nobel explique que Barack Obama a créé “un nouveau climat” sur la scène internationale et pris des “initiatives extraordinaires pour renforcer la diplomatie et la coopération entre les peoples du monde”.

Obama receives the Nobel Peace Prize for 2009.

In Washington, Barack Obama reacted to the decision of the Nobel Committee to award him the Nobel Peace expressing his “surprise” and “profound humility”.

“I do not consider this award as recognition of works that I have done, the American president said, “but I accept it as a call to action.”

The Nobel committee’s decision is a surprise, even for the White House, where the political adviser to Barack Obama, David Axelrod, said he was “shocked” and pointed out that Barack Obama was not a candidate for the Nobel Prize.

Barack Obama is the fourth U.S. president to receive the Nobel Prize for Peace, but each of his predecessors had concrete results to evaluate.

The latest one, Jimmy Carter, had forged the peace accords at Camp David in 1978 between Egypt and Israel.

In 1919, Woodrow Wilson had been hailed by the Nobel committee because he founded the League of Nations, the forerunner of the United Nations.

In 1906, Theodore Roosevelt had received the Nobel Peace Prize for having negotiated the peace agreement between Japan and Russia the previous year.

In its statement, the Nobel committee explains that Barack Obama has created a “new climate” in the international arena and made “extraordinary efforts to strengthen diplomacy and cooperation among the peoples of the world.”

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