British FM David Cameron: “We will consider more sanctions against Iran”

Britain will consider more sanctions against Iran, said foreign minister David Cameron following the Islamic Republic drone and missile attack on Israel.

Asked whether the government would consider more sanctions on Iran, Cameron tells the BBC: “Yes, absolutely. We already have 400 sanctions on Iran. We put in place a whole new sanctions regime at the end of last year, which is proving very effective.”

“We’ve sanctioned the IRGC, the Iranian Revolutionary Guard, in its entirety, and we’ll continue to look at what further steps we can do,” he adds.

He also says Britain will keep under review whether it should proscribe the IRGC.


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