"It is incomprehensible and unacceptable, it was a mistake," Renzi told Italian radio.
The hold up also threatens to torpedo next week's planned visit to Brussels by Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to sign the deal.
Defense ministry sources say Turkey wants to see armed groups pull back to east of Euphrates River
Greek govt says the Syrian nationals returned to Turkey had not requested asylum
Russian UN envoy confirms suspension of airstrikes will continue until Monday if 'armed groups' hold their fire
Trump cast the United States into uncharted political waters by suggesting he may not recognize the result of the November 8 presidential election and could launch a legal challenge if Hillary Clinton wins.
In Jerusalem, meanwhile, extremist Jewish settlers converge on Al-Aqsa in hundreds
The UN hopes to carry out the wounded from Aleppo during a pause in fighting
Three-year plan aims to promote relations between two foreign ministries
French-Muslim group says recorded Islamophobic attacks, threats fell by around 50 percent
Turkey has appointed a permanent Imam at the Hagia Sophia in Constantinople.
U.S. Defense Secretary Ash Carter said he would stress the need to respect Iraq's sovereignty during a visit on Friday to Turkey
Hundreds of police officers in France have continued their protests against violence against police
European Council summit in Brussels covering migration, relations with Russia, and situation in Syria
Armed militants have attacked government buildings in Kirkuk
Turkic ethnic group 'defending Iraq's territorial integrity'
Pentagon says service member killed in blast north of Mosul
If you advocate someone’s rights, then you do not kill others, says tribal reprsentative
"The UK is leaving the EU but we will continue to play a full role until we leave and we'll be a strong and dependable partner after we've left," she told reporters.
Imam of capital's Grand Mosque says 'tiny' community gets little financial support
Foreign minister reveals working party to examine penetration of Gulenists
We love to see the children so happy, says one journalist of the city, liberated by Turkey's Operation Euphrates Shield
An extraordinary religious council resolution about the terror organization 'FETO'
"I announce my separation from the United States," he said to applause at a meeting in the Chinese capital.
Malik Obama said he felt his half-brother could have done more for his family in Kenya.
Those living in Tripoli say they are exhausted by power cuts, price rises and a lack of cash flow as rival authorities and militias battle for control of the country.
The draft broadens the language of EU foreign ministers on Monday who spoke only of targeting Syria and "Syrian individuals and entities supporting the regime".
High-ranking officers linked to central Turkish air base detained over alleged ties to terror network
Angela Merkel and François Hollande threaten sanctions against Russia over bombardment of Aleppo with Putin announcing that ceasefire will be extended
Children are usually the most who suffer in war with the current refugee crisis considered to be one of the largest humanitarian crisis experienced in history
2 subsequently die in detention, although said to have been in poor health on arrest
Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump faced off Wednesday night in their final presidential debate before Election Day
Omer Celik says EU failed to keep its promise of visa liberalization, but should do so before 2017
Kurdish fighters have announced that a new offensive has been launched in Mosul to purge the city from ISIL
Terrorist group suffers mounting losses as Iraqi security forces, allies close in on Mosul
President warns Syria violence could send even more refugees fleeing to Turkey
"The value of this project will be $10 billion with a final production level of 600,000 barrels of oil per day," he said in Tehran.
The UN chief says the Aqsa compound belongs to all religions
Indian PM Modi pledges further support for Myanmar after meeting with visiting State Counselor Aung San Suu Kyi
Mosul is the last ISIL stronghold in northern Iraq
Chancellor Angela Merkel declared the country would shut down all remaining nuclear plants by that date in the wake of Japan's 2011 Fukushima disaster.
"Before we can do something really meaningful... we need assurances from all parties," said Jens Laerke, spokesman for the United Nations humanitarian agency (OCHA) in Geneva.
Car enthusiast in blockaded Gaza Strip puts ingenuity to test, builds replica of classic 1920s-era Mercedes
'Just as ISIL has been defeated in communities across Iraq, ISIL will be defeated in Mosul,' Obama says
October 7 parliamentary elections were swept by Morocco’s Justice and Development Party
EU fails to endorse Canadian free trade deal
To understand the Bosnian Muslims, one of the first things one must do is understand their leader Alija Izetbegovic, the leader of the Bosnian resistance
UNESCO formally adopts Al-Aqsa resolution
Anti-Terror teams conduct operation after receiving reports terrorist preparing suicide attack