BRUSSELS (AFP) - EU Foreign Ministers on Tuesday threatened new measures against Iran if it blocks progress in efforts to resolve the dispute over its controversial nuclear programme. Irans persistent failure to meet its international obligations and Irans apparent lack of interest in pursuing negotiations require a clear response, including through appropriate measures, the ministers wrote in a text which will now go forward to a full EU summit on Thursday (tomorrow) and Friday. The European Union would support action by the UN Security Council if Iran continues not to co-operate with the international community over its nuclear programme, the agreed text added, in a reference to further possible United Nations sanctions against Tehran. Austrian Foreign Minister Michael Spindelegger said the European Union would put a resolution forward to the Security Council for fresh sanctions.