FOREIGN POLICY – During a joint press conference with Merkel, Obama also responds to reporters' questions on Afghanistan, on the morning after President Karzai had announced it would discontinue the direct negotiations with the U.S.. In Afghanistan ', there is much mistrust, "Obama admits, but he says that he hopes the talks will continue. ready to go to fight the war in Syria. To specify it is the president of the United States at the press conference in Berlin with Chancellor Angela Merkel. "Some of the stories published have had an echo excessive in relation to the possibility that somehow the United States were preparing to participate in another war. On the contrary, we want this war to end, "Obama said. So, the question Syria. They exaggerate the media reporting that the United States would be ready to go to war, said Obama. "Some of the stories published have had an echo excessive in relation to the possibility that somehow the United States were preparing to participate in another war. On the contrary, we want this war to end, "said the U.S. president.
ECONOMY – Obama and Merkel also report on economic issues. Germany is fully committed to the success of the free trade agreement between with the U.S., ensures the Chancellor. The creation of a free trade area between the EU and the U.S. will provide "benefits for all," Obama added. "Even if we went through the worst recession we have learned a lesson: the creation of a US-EU free trade will be the largest in the world and will provide 13 million jobs" continues the U.S. president. "The EU is a strong partner of the U.S. in the economic market so hopefully this covenant." He said the president of the United States Barack Obama in Berlin, in a press conference after meeting with German Chancellor Angela Merkel. "We talked about the Free Trade Agreement, 13 million jobs are supported by agreements and mutual understanding" Obama added. Go here for more information