Calls on the UK and European countries to proscribe the IRGC as a terrorist organisation and to consider coordinated measures like closing Iranian embassies and expelling Iranian diplomats as part of their firm policy toward Iran

Cross-party MPs and Peers took part in a parliamentary conference today discussing the urgent topic of Iran’s state sponsored terrorism and presenting policy recommendations to counter the threats it poses to global peace and European security.

Parliamentarians said “practical warnings should be given to Tehran, such as the closure of its embassies and the expulsion of its ambassadors and diplomats.”

In joint statement more than 70 members of national parliament from various European countries demanded a tougher policy in dealing with the increasing terrorism activities of the Iranian regime in Europe.

Emphasis on the imperative of designating and disbanding the IRGC

More than 250 lawmakers from European and Arab countries support the snapback of all UN sanctions under UN Security Council resolution 2231 against Iran urging their respective governments to take necessary steps to implement all punitive measures especially an arms embargo.

The British Committee for Iran Freedom (BCFIF) is shocked by the news of the hanging of Iranian wrestler and political prisoner Navid Afkari this morning despite a global campaign urging Iranian authorities to halt his execution.

We strongly condemn this execution. His ‘crime’ was to support popular protest against the regime.