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Germany and France are for the inclusion of the IRGC in the list of terrorist organizations in the EU

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BLACKSEA-CASPIA

Germany and France support the idea of including the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC, elite units of Iran's army, literally “Army of Guardians of the Islamic Revolution”, also called “Sepah” or “Pasdaran”, ) on the list of terrorist organizations. This was reported by the British newspaper "Financial Times" on Sunday evening, citing sources familiar with the progress of discussions on this matter.

Iran gives provocative “warning” to Azerbaijan before attacking embassy in Tehran

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MARYANA AHMADOVA

As tensions between the two countries have been escalating, just a while ago, Iran "warned" that, if Azerbaijan takes any steps against the Islamic Republic, it will receive a "decisive reaction".

"The Republic of Azerbaijan should know that the Islamic Republic of Iran, as a powerful country in the region, will never allow its borders to be endangered," Brigadier General Alireza Taneh of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) of the Iranian Armed Forces said.

The European Parliament called on the European Union to include the IRGC in the list of terrorist organizations

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BLACKSEA-CASPIA

Members of the European Parliament (EP) on Wednesday overwhelmingly approved a resolution calling on the leadership of the European Union to include the Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC, elite units of Iran's army, literally “Army of Guardians of the Islamic Revolution”), also called “Sepah” or “Pasdaran”, ) on the list of terrorist organizations. The message is from the Reuters agency.

The IRGC in the Age of Ebrahim Raisi

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Kasra Aarabi and Saeid Golkar

“The Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps [IRGC] has excelled in every field it has entered both internationally and domestically, including security, defence, service provision and construction,” declared Ayatollah Ebrahim Raisi, then chief justice of Iran, in a speech to IRGC commanders on 17 March 2021.

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