Bush: Iran must not be allowed to have nuclear weapons
US President Bush said Thursday that talks with world leaders this week have produced wide agreement that Iran must not be allowed to have a nuclear weapons program.
Bush said he intends to raise the issue again during meetings over the next two days at Camp David with Russian President Vladimir Putin.
"It is very important for the world to come together to make it very clear to Iran that there will be universal condemnation if they continue with a nuclear weapons program," Bush told journalists. "I'll tell you, the response was very positive. People understand the danger of the Iranians having a nuclear weapons program."
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