Tuesday, March 04, 2008

Statement by the Canadian Embassy On Barack Obama's Position On NAFTA.

3 Mar 2008 22:04 Africa/Lagos

Statement by the Canadian Embassy

WASHINGTON, March 3 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ --

The Canadian Embassy and our Consulates General regularly contact those involved in all of the Presidential campaigns and, periodically, report on these contacts to interested officials. In the recent report produced by the Consulate General in Chicago, there was no intention to convey, in any way, that Senator Obama and his campaign team were taking a different position in public from views expressed in private, including about NAFTA. We deeply regret any inference that may have been drawn to that effect.

The people of the United States are in the process of choosing a new President and are fortunate to have strong and impressive candidates from both political parties. Canada will not interfere in this electoral process. We look forward, however, to working with the choice of the American people in further building an unparalleled relationship with a close friend and partner.

Source: Embassy of Canada in Washington, D.C.

CONTACT: Embassy of Canada in Washington, D.C. Media Relations,+1-202-682-7732

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