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President Obama, Aung San Suu Kyi in Myanmar (Burma): Full Speech Video Nov. 19, 2012

President Barack Obama official portrait

See video and transcript of President Barack Obama and Aung San Suu Kyi who both delivered a speech on Mon. Nov. 19, 2012 during the President’s historic visit to Myanmar, formerly Burma.

President Obama’s visit was the first ever to the nation — which the U.S. officially recognizes as Burma, not Myamar — for a sitting U.S. President. During the six-hour trip he meet with the iconic Aung San Suu Kyi Nobel Peace Prize recipient, human rights activist and key pro-democracy advocate at the home where she spent 15 years under house arrest. She has since become a member of parliament. He also met with President Thein Sein during the historic visit to the country.

Full replay video and transcript text are posted below.






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Remarks by President Obama and Daw Aung San Suu Kyi

Aung San Suu Kyi Residence
Rangoon, Burma

1:05 P.M. MMT

DAW AUNG SAN SUU KYI: I would like to say how happy I am to receive President Obama in my country and in my house. The friendship between our two countries is of long standing. The United States has been staunch in its support of the democracy movement in Burma, and we are confident that this support will continue through the difficult years that lie ahead. I say difficult because the most difficult time in any transition is when we think that success is in sight. Then we have to be very careful that we are not lured by a mirage of success and that we are working to a genuine success for our people and for the friendship between our two countries.

I believe that we have been able to discuss our various concerns openly, and that as a result of the President’s visit to this country, the relations between our countries can only progress in the right direction.

I intend fully to keep in touch with the United States government as far as possible, and to make sure that we always liaise one another on the most important matters.

Now, I’m told I have three minutes, and I think this is about three minutes. So thank you all for coming. And I leave the floor to President Obama.

PRESIDENT OBAMA: Well, I’ll try to be pretty brief, although not as eloquent. I was honored to be the first President to welcome Daw Aung San Suu Kyi to the White House. I’m proud to be the first American President to visit this spectacular country, and I am very pleased that one of my first stops is to visit with an icon of democracy who has inspired so many people not just in this country but all around the world.

I especially want to thank Aung San Suu Kyi for welcoming me to her home. Here, through so many difficult years, is where she displayed such unbreakable courage and determination. It’s here where she showed that human freedom and dignity cannot be denied.

Today marks the next step in a new chapter between the United States and Burma. Last year, in response to early flickers of reform, I asked Secretary Clinton to visit this country and explore with Aung San Suu Kyi and the government whether the United States could empower reform efforts and begin a new relationship between our peoples.

In the year since, we’ve seen some very encouraging progress, including Daw Aung San Suu Kyi’s release and election to Parliament; the release of political prisoners; the lifting of restrictions on the press; and new laws to expand labor rights and eliminate the use of child soldiers. And at my direction, the United States has responded to support these reforms, including the easing of sanctions.

Now, as a former legislator myself, I followed your role in the new Parliament with interest and admiration. Real democracy involves having different branches of government check and balance each other, and I applaud your efforts in that regard, particularly as the head of the committee of the rule of law.

In my discussions here in Yangon, our goal is to sustain the momentum for democratization. That includes building credible government institutions, establishing rule of law, ending ethnic conflicts, and ensuring that the people of this country have access to greater education, health care, and economic opportunity.

And I want to make a pledge to the people of this country that I am confident we can keep, and that is if we see continued progress towards reform, our bilateral ties will grow stronger and we will do everything we can to help ensure success.

I’m so happy, by the way, to be joined by Secretary Clinton. This is her last foreign trip that we’re going to take together, and it is fitting that we have come here to a country that she has done so much to support.

Where did Hillary go? Where is she? There she is. (Applause.)

I could not be more grateful, not only for your service, Hillary, but also for the powerful message that you and Aung San Suu Kyi send about the importance of women and men everywhere embracing and promoting democratic values and human rights.

So again, I want to thank you, Daw Aung San Suu Kyi, for your extraordinary hospitality and grace; the power of your example, which has been an inspiration to people all around the world, including myself. Clearly, you will be playing a key role in your country’s future for many years to come as Burma seeks the freedom and the prosperity and the dignity that not only the people of this country deserve but people all around the world deserve.

So thank you for your inspiring message. (Applause.)

END
1:11 P.M. MMT

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Additional details on the geopolitical significance, as well as the controversy generated by the brief, six-hour trip are outlined in reports from NYTimes.com as well as The Guardian. For additional reporting on the visit, see Politico and CNN. To see photos from the visit, click here.

A speech at the University of Yangon, was the President’s final public event in the country. Full details on the six-hour visit are outlined in the official schedule and guidance for November 19, 2012 released by The White House and seen here. The President’s final stop on this three-day Southeast Asian trip is Cambodia where he will attend the East Asia Summit.

Watch raw video below of Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and President Obama meeting Aung San Suu Kyi.

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