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Sanction imposed by Iran on British officials, institutes for 'backing terrorism'

Sanction imposed by Iran on British officials, institutes for backing terrorism

Tehran: Several British institutions and individuals have been sanctioned by the Iranian Foreign Ministry for "supporting terrorism and terrorist groups, promoting and instigating terrorism, violence and hate-mongering and violation of human rights".

According to a statement posted on the ministry's website, the action was both a "response in kind" and within the parameters of the relevant legislative norms and disciplinary processes, Xinhua news agency reported.

"Iran holds the British government responsible and accountable for supporting terrorists and violators of human rights who organise and instigate rioting and acts of terrorism in Iran from UK soil," said the statement.

The listed entities included the National Cyber Security Center of Britain, the British Government Communications Headquarters, as well as Volant Media, Global Media, DMA Media and anti-Iranian TV channels they support, namely BBC Persian and Iran International, according to the statement, IANS reported.

Iran's sanctions have also targeted several individuals, including British Minister of State for Security Tom Tugendhat, and British military commander in the Gulf Don MacKinnon.

The sanctions will prohibit the targeted individuals from obtaining visas and entering Iran and will freeze their assets and bank accounts inside Iran.

Earlier in the day, Iranian Foreign Minister Hossein Amir-Abdollahian said they will target people and institutes that have played a role in imposing medical sanctions on Iran and promoting "violence and extremism" which have caused insecurity in the country following the death of 22-year-old Mahsa Amini.

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