Ottawa urges unified stance against ‘dangerous’ Iran

Prime Minister Stephen Harper at this week’s Group of Eight summit will urge fellow industrialized nations to forge a unified position in opposition to Iran’s nuclear program, his spokesman said Monday.

“One thing the prime minister will want to take to the G8 summit concerning Iran is that we obviously view the regime there as extremely dangerous, as a serious threat,” said Harper’s spokesman Dimitri Soudas.

He added that Harper would like to see G8 leaders “come together to have a dialogue on the issue of Iran … and come out with a coherent position to deal with this dangerous regime that also has a nuclear proliferation program with a clear objective.”

The G8, comprising Britain, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Russia and the United States, gathers in the Italian city of L’Aquila from Wednesday until Friday.


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