Iran not greatest threat

The emailed statement to Chatter House (RE: Feb. 1, "The curious case of South Sudan's office") by Foreign Minister John Baird's spokesperson Joseph Lavoie that "Canada will not be lectured on the need to fight terrorism, especially from Iran which actively undermines regional security and whose regime represents the world's greatest threat to peace and global security" is untrue.

Published: Wednesday, 02/08/2012 12:00 am EST

The emailed statement to Chatter House (RE: Feb. 1, "The curious case of South Sudan's office") by Foreign Minister John Baird's spokesperson Joseph Lavoie that "Canada will not be lectured on the need to fight terrorism, especially from Iran which actively undermines regional security and whose regime represents the world's greatest threat to peace and global security" is untrue.

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