Iran has announced that it has decided to impose sanctions on 13 institutions and 23 people in the UK and EU countries.
13 institutions and 23 individuals in Iran, UK and EU countries have announced that they have decided to impose sanctions based on supporting terrorism and terrorist groups, interfering in Iran’s internal affairs and spreading false and misleading information about Iran. The names on the list caught my attention.
In a statement published on the website of the Iranian Foreign Ministry, it is reported that sanctions have been imposed against 13 institutions and 23 high-ranking individuals in the UK and EU countries. The statement indicated that the said sanctions decision was made with the consent of the relevant authorities and on the basis of the principle of reciprocity, such reasons as disseminating information and facilitating the escalation of sanctions against the country” are listed.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs said in a statement that the sanctions against the said 13 institutions and 23 individuals “including a visa ban, a ban on their entry into Iran and confiscation of their assets in Iran.” The list of institutions subject to sanctions includes institutions and organizations called “NATO Allied European High Command (SACEUR), the German National Army Command and the General Space Operations Division, the German arms company Maffei Wegmann Kraus.”
INVOLVED NAMES TO THE LIST
The list of individuals targeted includes “French Minister for Gender Equality Isabelle Rome, French Minister of Industry Roland Lescure, German MP Roderich Kiesewetter, German MP Renata Alt, Commander of the Royal Naval Air Station Stuart Irvine of England and Philip Dennis, Deputy Commander of the Combined Naval Forces for England.
THE DEATH OF MAHS EMINI IN IRAN
The European Union organized 32 people and 2 organizations, including Iranian Minister of Culture and Leadership Mohammed Mehdi Ismaili and Minister of Education Yusuf Nouri, on February 20, due to the interference of law enforcement officials in the demonstrations that began after the death of Mahsa Emini and the death sentences imposed on demonstrators, decided to impose sanctions. The sanctions include freezing the assets of individuals on the list, banning travel to EU countries and blocking funding for these individuals and entities.
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