Italy not agree with this selfish view, however,

Italy was clear making sure that its international
obligations regarding the South Tyrolean autonomy had already been fulfilled
but this implementation of the De Gasperi-Gruber agreement was unsatisfactory
to them, and insisted that further resolutions of these problems should be of
internal concern only. They wanted to exclude Austria from any intervention in
the future, but it comes with no surprise that Austria did not agree with this selfish
view, however, as an act to show goodwill, they accepted the adoption of this political
compromise.