Washington, Apr.13 (ANI): The United States President, Barack Obama, on Tuesday gave a call for unified action against nuclear terrorism.
While opening the main working session of his 47-nation Nuclear Security Summit here Obama said the convergence of world leaders was an opportunity to act against one of the "greatest threats to global security."
"It will require a new mindset-that we summon the will, as nations, as partners, to do what this moment in history demands," he further stated.
Obama said that finding solution to the problems of 21 century required collective effort.
"I believe strongly that the problems of the 21st century cannot be solved by any one nation acting in isolation, they must be solved by all of us coming together," he said.
Obama during his speech also announced that South Korea has agreed to host the next nuclear security summit, which will take place in 2012.
The two-day Nuclear Security Summit that commenced here on Monday sought to safeguard nuclear weapons and materials, both old and new, to prevent them from falling into the hands of terrorists and rogue States. By Ravinder Singh Robin(ANI)