U.S. President Barack Obama Tuesday that the United States has become "stronger and more secure," and that during the commemoration of the attacks Sept. 11 at the Pentagon.
Obama told the families of the victims of the attack against the headquarters of the Ministry of Defense in southern Washington "irrespective of the passage of years and no matter how we met times in these holy places, you know you will not be you're never alone."
He added, referring to the victims, "through their sacrifice, help us to make the United States what it is today, a United States came out much stronger" from this tragedy.
The U.S. President said his country "and sent a devastating blow" to al Qaeda, adding that "Osama bin Laden will not threaten us anymore," referring to the attack by U.S. Special Forces killed bin Laden at the beginning of May 2011 in Pakistan.
Obama continued that "our country has become safer."
The Obama before heading to the Pentagon needed a minute of silence outside the White House at the same moment that shocked the first plane one of the twin towers of the World Trade Center on September 11 / September 2001.
He stressed that "no event can spend on what we are today, not any terrorist act can change what we believe (...) when history is written, what will remain of September 11 will not be hatred and divisions, but a safer world, a stronger country, and people more united than ever before. "