French FM: Attack on Iran would drag world into 'spiral'

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November 14, 2011 18:27

 
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A military strike on Iran's nuclear facilities would drag the world into an "uncontrollable spiral," French Foreign Minister Alain Juppe was quoted by AFP as saying on Monday.

Juppe, speaking after having met with his European Union counterparts in Brussels, said that the EU would reinforce sanctions against the Islamic Republic by asking the European Investment Bank to freeze loans to Iran.

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