“The decision of the Swedish Parliament is a decision taken by Iran under the influence of elements that it considers terrorists,” Kenani said in a statement. made its assessment.
Defending that the said initiative is an attack on Iran’s sovereign rights and security, Kenani said, “This decision is against international law, including the principle of equality of sovereigns and non-interference in internal affairs.” used the phrases.
Kenani noted that the Iranian administration strongly condemned the Swedish Parliament’s decision.
The Swedish Parliament yesterday approved the draft law to support the inclusion of the Iranian Revolutionary Guards Army on the “European Union’s list of terrorist groups”.
On January 19, the European Parliament (EP) issued a non-binding, but non-binding, request for the EU to impose more sanctions on Iran, to impose sanctions on Iranian leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei and President Ibrahim Reisi, and to include the Revolutionary Guards on the EU’s terror list. had accepted the draft resolution.