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Obama said that Trump will continue to fulfill the commitment of the United States on the original title: Obama Trump said that NATO will continue to fulfill the commitment of the United States to NATO on 14 November, Xinhua news agency, Washington (reporter Zhou Erjie Lu Jiafei) President Obama said on the 14, U.S. President elect Barack Trump has said the United States will continue to perform to NATO and cross the Atlantic alliance commitments. Obama held a press conference at the White House that day, said that he has expressed his support for the United States and NATO, the core strategic relationship, the great interest in the United States and the United States, the United States and the United States and the United States and the United States and the United States and the United States and the United States, the United States and NATO, the United States and NATO, the United States and NATO, the core strategic relationship". Obama said he would send this message to relevant countries in this week’s visit, that the United States will not weaken the determination to maintain strong alliances with nato. In this year’s presidential campaign, Trump has repeatedly questioned America’s security commitments to NATO, said NATO allies only in "to the United States to fulfill their obligations" to expect American military assistance in the face of external attack. In the United States presidential election held on the 8 day of this month, the Republican Trump successfully elected the new president of the United states. Trump will be sworn in on January 20, 2017. 10 this month, Trump’s visit to the White House, with the first meeting of the transfer of power on the first meeting with Obama. Obama said after the meeting, he met and trump will involve a wide range of content, including the white house personnel establishment, internal affairs and diplomacy etc.. Editor: high Yuying相关的主题文章:

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