Posted April, 28 2011 at 19:22:54 to Reports
Foreign ministers from the EU and NATO have agreed that there is no reason to change its policy of pressure against Iran over its nuclear program, Reuters reported. "On the issue of Iran all agreed that we should not change its position, and the reason for our policy - to provide sanctions on the one hand and economic and a political agreement on the other - remains entirely valid," said Belgian Foreign Minister Karel De Gucht. Commenting on how to react if Kosovo declares independence, Karel De Gucht said that among European countries is still no agreement on the issue.
"It will take many more discussions," he said.