“We agreed that Iran should not have a nuclear weapon. I appreciate Vladimir’s understanding on that,” Bush said. “We agreed that North Korea should not have a nuclear weapon.”
As the leaders opened talks at a castle overlooking the city and the Danube River, aides signed an agreement designed to counter nuclear terrorism, in part by restricting the availability of shoulder-fired missiles capable of bringing down aircraft. The agreement was first reported in Thursday’s editions of The Washington Post.
“We agreed to accelerate our work to protect nuclear weapons and materials both in our two nations and around the world,” Bush said.