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FROM: http://abc.net.au/news/newsitems/s808116.htm

First Posted: Monday, March 17, 2003. 06:45:10 (AEDT).

BUSH SAYS 'MOMENT OF TRUTH' TOMORROW

US President George W Bush has called for the immediate and unconditional disarmament of Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein.

Without being specific, Mr Bush says tomorrow is a moment of truth for the world.

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He made the comments after a critical summit with Spanish Prime Minister Jose Maria Aznar and British Prime Minister Tony Blair.

He has urged nations who have voiced a commitment to peace and security to demonstrate that commitment by supporting the disarmament of Iraq.

"The United Nations Security Council in resolution 1441 has declared Iraq in material breach of its long-standing obligations, demanded once Iraq's full and immediate disarmament, and promised serious consequences if the regime refused to comply," he said.

"That resolution was passed unanimously and its logic is inescapable, the Iraq regime will disarm itself or the Iraqi regime will be disarmed by force."

Mr Blair has made a "final appeal" for the international community to issue a clear ultimatum authorising force if Iraq does not give up its weapons.

"We make a final appeal for there to be that strong, unified message on behalf of the international community that lays down a clear ultimatum to Saddam, that authorises force if he continues to defy the will of the whole of the international community," he said.

"I think it is so important that even now, at this late stage, we try to get the United Nations... resolving this."

He said Iraqi President Saddam Hussein "plays these games, and we carry on allowing him to play them."

"Now is the moment to decide, whether we meant it or simply whether we are going to drag out this process forever," he said.

"Because the threat is there and everyone accepts it.

The threat of weapons of mass destruction, the threat of weapons of mass destruction in the hands of terrorists."

Chirac

French President Jacques Chirac has said he could consider a 30-day timeline for UN weapons inspectors to wrap up their work in Iraq.

In pre-recorded interviews to be played on American television, the French President has said his country would have no objections if inspectors could work within that timeframe.

Until now France has been suggesting another four months would be needed for inspectors to complete their work.

Last week Mr Chirac threatened to veto any American proposal in the UN Security Council that would trigger an automatic military reaction against Iraq.

While that has strained relations with the United States, the latest poll in France has seen his popularity hit an all-time high of 67 per cent.

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Blix advised to withdraw staff from Iraq

In the clearest sign yet war is imminent, the US has advised the chief United nations (UN) nuclear weapons inspector to pull staff out of Iraq.

Germany has closed its embassy in Baghdad, Russia advised its citizens to leave Iraq, and Britain, the chief US ally in Washington's anti-Iraq coalition, advised its nationals to leave Israel and Kuwait as soon as possible.

Earlier the US State Department ordered non-essential diplomats out of Kuwait, Tel Aviv, Jerusalem and Damascus.

International Atomic Energy Agency chief Mohamed ElBaradei says while he notes the US advice to pull out, he will wait for a verdict from the UN Security Council.

His agency offsider, Melissa Fleming, says the US call is not unexpected.

"It is something that we certainly have been anticipating, at the same time we have been hoping that it would not come," she said.

European opposition

Germany has joined France and Russia in disregarding a US-led final round of diplomacy over Iraq.

UN Security Council member countries are engaged in sustained telephone diplomacy, with the US, Britain and Spain urging support for a second resolution authorising force if Iraq does not disarm.

German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder says he remains opposed to a resolution legitimising war against Iraq.

France and Russia remain opposed to any vote for military action.

Foreign diplomats and citizens are being advised to leave Iraq and neighbouring countries such as Kuwait and Israel.

The teams of chief UN weapons inspector Hans Blix may soon follow.

"We watch it hour by hour where we go and I am in touch with the secretary-general with this, because there is UN personnel in Iraq and he and I will keep in close touch about it," Dr Blix said.

"Evidently the welfare and the safety of our staff is a paramount consideration for us."

The French Foreign Minister, Dominique de Villepin, says France cannot accept the resolution that is on the table in New York.

Meanwhile, a senior Russian foreign ministry official says the resolution has no chance of winning UN Security Council approval.

The Iraqi leader, Saddam Hussein, says he is expecting the resolution will fail. He says he is prepared for any military action.

"When the enemy starts a large-scale battle he must realise that the battle between us will be open wherever there is sky, land and water in the entire world," he said.

War inevitable: US

American officials are warning that the only way to avoid war is for Iraqi President Saddam Hussein to step down.

US Vice-President Dick Cheney appears to have gone even further, suggesting war is inevitable no matter what Saddam Hussein does.

"We've done virtually everything we can with respect to trying to organise a second resolution in the UN Security Council and clearly the President (George W Bush) is going to have to make a very very difficult and important decision here in the next few days," Mr Cheney said.

The United States is poised to launch a final round of diplomacy in the hope of bringing around UN Security Council members unwilling to support a resolution authorising military action against Iraq.

And the US State Department has ordered all but essential embassy staff in the Middle East to leave the area, signalling war could be close.

The telephone diplomacy follows a summit in the Azores where the leaders of the US, Britain and Spain gave the international community until tomorrow to achieve solidarity.

France, Russia and some other Security Council members remain unconvinced of the need for immediate military action.

Iraqi ambassador to the UN, Mohammed Al Douri, says his country has done everything to satisfy UN disarmament demands.

"We need some time to ... give evidence to the international community that there is no more, any kind, any quantity of anthrax and VX," he said.

'Moment of truth'

US President George W Bush earlier said tomorrow is a moment of truth for the world.

"Tomorrow is the day that we will determine whether or not diplomacy can work," Mr Bush said after a critical summit with Spanish Prime Minister Jose Maria Aznar and British Prime Minister Tony Blair at Portugal's Azores Islands.

He has urged nations who have voiced a commitment to peace and security to demonstrate that commitment by supporting the disarmament of Iraq.

"The United Nations Security Council in resolution 1441 has declared Iraq in material breach of its long-standing obligations, demanded once Iraq's full and immediate disarmament, and promised serious consequences if the regime refused to comply," he said.

"That resolution was passed unanimously and its logic is inescapable, the Iraq regime will disarm itself or the Iraqi regime will be disarmed by force."

'Overnight'

British Prime Minister Tony Blair says France must decide "overnight" whether to accept the US-British-Spanish resolution.

"It is a simple choice, people have got to decide whether they are going to allow any second resolution to have teeth, to make it clear that there is a real ultimatum in it," Mr Blair said.

"If their positions do not change, if they are still saying that they will veto any resolution that authorises the use of force in the event of non-compliance so that we just have another discussion, if that remains their position overnight, it is very difficult to see how you can move this diplomatic process forward."

He said Iraqi President Saddam Hussein "plays these games, and we carry on allowing him to play them".

"Now is the moment to decide, whether we meant it or simply whether we are going to drag out this process forever," he said.

"Because the threat is there and everyone accepts it. The threat of weapons of mass destruction, the threat of weapons of mass destruction in the hands of terrorists."

Mr Blair has pledged that after any war, Iraq's oil will remain the property of the people of Iraq, administered through the United Nations.

Mr Bush also says the UN must have a role in rebuilding Iraq.

"If we use military force, in a post-Saddam Iraq the UN will definitely need to have a role... We hope tomorrow the UN will do its job. If not, all of us need to step back and try to figure out how to make the UN work better."

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