February 19, 2012
Iran has stopped selling crude oil to British and French companies as William Hague warned Israel today that military action against the country would not be ‘a wise thing’.
Amid rumours the Israeli government is considering strikes against Iran within months, Mr Hague insisted economic sanctions and negotiations had to be given ‘a real chance’ to convince Tehran to abandon its nuclear ambitions.
His warning comes on the same day that Iran confirmed it was stopping selling oil to Britain and France.
This article was posted: Sunday, February 19, 2012 at 9:14 am