Italian FM says Rome will be among first to reopen economic ties with Tehran once sanctions lifted

By REUTERS
April 15, 2015 03:31

 
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Italian Foreign Minister Paolo Gentiloni said it was normal that countries would race to reestablish ties with Tehran once sanctions against Iran started to be cancelled, but warned: "First, however, a goal must be reached. It probably doesn't help to get ahead of things," Italian news wire askanews reported.

Gentiloni added that Italy would be among the first countries to reopen economic links with Tehran once a final nuclear accord was reached and sanctions were gradually lifted.

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