Speaking at a meeting of E.U. foreign ministers in Luxembourg, Mr. Hague said that the Thursday meeting would specify “various areas for additional sanctions.”
“There is a lot of support, including from the U.K., for those sanctions to include measures in the financial sector and on oil and gas investment,” he added.
Britain, France and Germany are advocates “of strong measures,” Mr. Hague said, rejecting the idea that Germany might be reluctant to jeopardize its commercial relationship with Tehran.
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