President Bush and other Asia-Pacific leaders are holding a second and final day of talks Sunday in Santiago, Chile on terrorism, trade and regional security.
The leaders from 21 countries gathered early this morning for photographers in brightly colored Chilean wool ponchos.
Today's talks are expected to focus on regional economic issues, including World Trade Organization efforts to liberalize trade among member countries. The APEC leaders are also due to issue a final declaration.
President Bush met Saturday with the leaders of China, Japan, South Korea and Russia. In a joint message, the nations urged North Korea to get rid of its nuclear weapons program and return to stalled disarmament talks.
Mr. Bush also said the leaders are concerned about Iran's nuclear ambitions.
Information for this report is provided by AP, AFP and Reuters.