Friday, October 9, 2009

DNC Chairman Tim Kaine Issues Statement About Nobel Prize Committee's Awarding of 2009 Peace Prize to President Barack Obama
Washington, D.C. - President Obama was awarded the 2009 Nobel Peace Prize on Friday morning for his “extraordinary efforts to strengthen international diplomacy and cooperation between peoples.” Democratic National Committee (DNC) Chairman Tim Kaine issued the following statement:

“The Nobel Committee’s decision to award this year’s Peace Prize to President Obama is an affirmation of the fact that the United States has returned to its longstanding role as a world leader. The President has made a conscious decision from the beginning of his presidency to reinvigorate diplomacy, by talking to our friends and our rivals. Those efforts to bring world leaders together are helping the people of the world to face monumental challenges like nuclear arms proliferation, conflict resolution and climate change.

“With this prize comes a sense of enormous pride, but also an enormous sense of humility about the work that remains if we are to resolve the global problems facing humanity. Democrats will continue to work with President Obama to keep moving
America forward, as we continue in earnest to sow peace, progress and understanding around the world.”

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