TEHRAN, Nov. 19 (MNA) – Italian former foreign minister has said that a failure to reach an agreement in nuclear talks between Iran and the Sextet is irreparable.
Italian former foreign minister Emma Bonino stated that Iran nuclear talks were at a critical stage, so that it might be the last opportunity to achieve mutual agreement between Iran and the West.
She also said that the need to achieve a nuclear deal in this period was quite obvious, otherwise it is irreparable.
Italy’s European Commissioner stressed efforts to encourage negotiators, noting that Europeans should try to reduce international concerns over long-term nuclear agreement with Iran as Americans do.
Emma Bonino stated that the cost of failure in talks would be incalculable for either economic or security fields.
Nuclear talks between Iran and the 5+1 began on Tuesday in Vienna.
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