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List Required by Section 105 of the Comprehensive Iran Sanctions, Accountability, and Divestment Act of 2010 (CISADA), as Amended


Bureau of Economic and Business Affairs
May 27, 2014

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Pursuant to the authorities delegated to the Secretary of State in Executive Order 13553, which implements Section 105 of the Comprehensive Iran Sanctions, Accountability, and Divestment Act of 2010 (CISADA) (Public Law 111-195), as well as in the President’s October 9, 2012 Delegation of Certain Functions and Authorities Under the Iran Threat Reduction and Syria Human Rights Act of 2012 (TRA), below is a list of individuals and entities determined by the Secretary of the Treasury, in consultation with or at the recommendation of the Secretary of State, to meet the criteria in Sections 105(b), 105A(b), and 105B(b) of CISADA, as amended. Sections 105A and 105B of CISADA were implemented by Sections 2 and 3, respectively, of E.O. 13628. The most recent designation was made on May 23, 2014. The Departments of State and the Treasury continue to seek new targets, and Treasury will add additional listings as information becomes available.

The individual determined on May 23, 2014 to meet the criteria in Section 3 of Executive Order 13628 is:

  • Morteza Tamaddon, Former Governor-General of Tehran Province

The individuals previously designated under Executive Order 13553 are:

  • Abdollah Araghi, Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps Deputy Commander
  • Abbas Jafari Dolatabadi, Prosecutor General of Tehran
  • Hassan Firouzabadi, Chairman of Iran’s Joint Chiefs of Staff
  • Mohammad Ali Jafari, Commander of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC)
  • Ismail Ahmadi Moghadam, Commander of the Law Enforcement Forces
  • Sadeq Mahsouli, former Minister of Welfare and Social Security, former Minister of the Interior and Deputy Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces for Law Enforcement
  • Qolam-Hossein Mohseni-Ejei, Prosecutor-General of Iran, former Minister of Intelligence
  • Saeed Mortazavi, former head of Iranian Anti-Smuggling Task Force, former Prosecutor-General of Tehran
  • Heydar Moslehi, Minister of Intelligence
  • Mostafa Mohammad Najjar, Minister of the Interior and Deputy Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces for Law Enforcement
  • Mohammad Reza Naqdi, Commander of the Basij Guard Corps (Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps)
  • Ahmad-Reza Radan, Deputy Chief of Iran’s National Police
  • Hossein Taeb, Deputy Commander of the IRGC, Commander for Intelligence, former Commander of the Basij Forces
  • Asghar Mir-Hejazi, Intelligence advisor to the Supreme Leader

The entities previously designated under Executive Order 13553 are:

  • The Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps
  • The Basij Resistance Force
  • Law Enforcement Forces of the Islamic Republic of Iran
  • The Iranian Ministry of Intelligence and Security

The individuals previously designated under Executive Order 13628 are:

  • Ali Fazli, Deputy commander of the Basij
  • Rasool Jalili, Sharif University of Technology
  • Ismail Ahmadi Moghadam, Commander of the Law Enforcement Forces
  • Reza Taghipour, former Minister of Communications and Information Technology
  • Ezzatollah Zarghami, Director of Islamic Republic of Iran Broadcasting

The entities previously designated under Executive Order 13628 are:

  • AmnAfzar Gostar-e Sharif
  • Center to Investigate Organized Crime
  • Iranian Communications Regulatory Authority
  • Iran Electronic Industries
  • Iranian Cyber Police
  • Islamic Republic of Iran Broadcasting
  • Ministry of Culture and Islamic Guidance
  • PeykAsa
  • Press Supervisory Board
  • Committee to Determine Instances of Criminal Content
  • Kish Protection and Indemnity
  • Central Insurance of Iran
  • Ofogh Saberin Engineering Development Company

The Secretary of State will continue to exercise the functions delegated to him, including submitting updated lists to the appropriate congressional committees as required by CISADA Sections 105(b)(2), 105B(b)(2), and 105A(b)(4).



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