Pres. Bush Speaks with EU in Vienna
Bush prods Iran, N. Korea on nuclear issue
VIENNA, Austria - President Bush and European leaders urged Iran and North Korea on Wednesday to give up military and nuclear ambitions that they said threaten each country's neighbors and destabilize the world.
Bush accused Iran of dragging its feet on a Western incentive package aimed at getting Tehran to suspend uranium enrichment activity. And he said that North Korea faces further isolation from the international community if it test fires a long-range missile believed capable of reaching U.S. soil.
"It should make people nervous when non-transparent regimes who have announced they have nuclear warheads, fire missiles," Bush said. "This is not the way you conduct business in the world." [read more]