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Global community should not negotiate with new Iranian regime, Harper says – National



Former prime minister Stephen Harper is urging the worldwide community not to present Iran’s incoming president a seat on the international negotiating desk.

Harper spoke at a digital sitting of the Free Iran World Summit on Saturday, telling attendees that tough-liner Ebrahim Raisi’s rise to energy is additional proof of the “folly of trying to appease” the Iranian regime.

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Harper forged disgrace on any authorities that might try to negotiate with Raisi’s incoming administration, which is about to formally take energy subsequent month.

He describes the election that noticed Raisi named president-elect as a sham and says it exposes the fiction {that a} reasonable faction exists inside the Iranian authorities.

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He says efforts to salvage the since-tarnished 2015 nuclear deal with Tehran have solely emboldened extremist forces.

Raisi supplied a blunt preview of how Iran would possibly have interaction with the broader world final month when he rejected the opportunity of assembly with U.S. President Joe Biden, quashing hopes of increasing on the nuclear deal if negotiators are capable of salvage the previous one.

— with information from the Associated Press

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