President Barack Obama says he and Chinese President Hu Jintao (hoo jin-tow) want to ensure that Iran lives by "international rules and norms" amid fresh allegations that Tehran is conducting nuclear weapons work in secret.
Obama's meeting with Hu on Saturday followed a lengthy discussion with Russian President Dmitry Medvedev (dih-MEE'-tree med-VYEH'-dyev) on the sidelines of the Asia-Pacific summit in Hawaii..
As he met with Medvedev, Obama told reporters the U.S. and Russia intend to intend to "shape a common response" to Iran's nuclear efforts.
The meetings came the day after the International Atomic Energy Agency circulated a report and documents that it says suggest Iran has been conducting research and procurement that could lead to a nuclear bomb. Iranian officials insist their nuclear program is only for energy and research, and call the IAEA evidence a U.S. fabrication.