Italy, Japan and ten other countries supported the draft resolution of the six international mediators on Iran’s nuclear dossier to be submitted to the Board of Governors of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) Friday, October 18.
The authors of the resolution calling on Iran to open its nuclear facilities under IAEA experts and focus on strengthening cooperation between Iran and the Agency. They also argue the peaceful settlement of the nuclear issue.
The document was developed by the six international mediators responsible for the Iranian nuclear issue (Russia, China, USA, France, Britain and Germany).
The resolution was supported by Italy, Japan, Australia, Belgium, Bulgaria, Hungary, Canada, the Netherlands, Portugal, Singapore, the Czech Republic and Sweden.
The draft resolution comes shortly after the publication of an IAEA report does not rule out that Iran could develop a nuclear weapon at the moment.