The European Union will impose new sanctions on 37 Iranian individuals or entities involved in the repression of the protests, but has not yet made a decision on the inclusion of the Revolutionary Guard in the list of groups.terroristsseveral diplomats said on Friday.
The new individual sanctions will be adopted on Monday during the meeting of foreign ministers in Brussels. The Iranian regime has been violently cracking down on protests since the September 16 death of a young Iranian Kurdish woman, Mahsa Amini, 22, after her arrest in Tehran for failing to follow the Islamic Republic’s strict dress rules.
According to the United Nations, at least 14,000 people have been detained and Iranian authorities have executed four people. Eighteen others were sentenced to death, sparking widespread outrage from the international community. The European Union has already imposed asset freezes and visa bans on more than 60 Iranian officials and entities due to the crackdown on protests. In particular, he took aim at “vice squadof Tehran, commanders of the Revolutionary Guard Corps and state media.
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