Tehran (IP)- Reacting to the proposal to include three Iranians in the list of British human rights sanctions, the Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman said: "Britain will surely realize that these measures are not only constructive, but complicate the situation and issues."

Iran Press/Iran News: The Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman, Saeed Khatibzadeh, emphasized: "We strongly reject the baseless accusations made against our compatriots." 

A British parliament member has suggested that three Iranians, Ali Ghanaatkar, Gholamreza Ziaei, and Ali Rezvani, be included in the sanctions list under the 'Magnitsky Amendment.' 

British parliamentarians have read their names as part of a drive to see them sanctioned in the UK.

Evin Prison official Ali Ghanaatkar, former prison director Gholamreza Ziaei and TV producer Ali Rezvani were identified among a list of 13 people from around the world.

The list was read out by Labour MP Chris Bryant, who co-chairs the country's All-Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) on Magnitsky Sanctions.


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