Nothing to impede Iran-Italy friendly ties: Italian ambassador Service: Foreign Policy
Italian newly-appointed ambassador to Iran Alberto Bradanini stressed no issue could impede Iran-Italy friendly ties.
Italy has always fully endeavored to boost the level of all-out cooperation with Iran, Bradanini said at a meeting with Iran’s Parliament National Security and Foreign Policy Commission Alaeddin Boroujerdi.
The ambassador also underlined the influential role of Iran-Italy parliamentary friendship group on promoting bilateral cooperation and called for setting up the group.
Elsewhere in his remarks he referred to Mojahedin Khalq Organization (MKO) and assured that Italy considers the group as a terrorist one and will not shift its stance regarding the band.
Boroujerdi for his part said grounds for mutual cooperation on economic, industrial and political sections are available.
He also called for Italian government to prevent MKO moves in the country.
Also concerning Iran’s nuclear technology, Boroujerdi emphasized on the Parliament approval of the plan for building twenty nuclear power plants and said the Europe particularly Italy can take part in construction of the plants to create a new positive development over mutual ties.
Europe needs to review its policy regarding Iran to open a new room for a constructive interaction and mutual regional cooperation.