On 12 September 2020, Navid Afkari (aged 27) was carried out in Iran, after being founded guilty of eliminating a security personnel throughout anti-government presentations in 2018.
The European Union condemns this execution in the greatest terms.
Human rights remain a highlight of our engagement with Iran. We will continue to engage with Iranian authorities on this issue including through the local EU representation in Teheran and likewise on private cases such as this current execution.The European Union is opposed to the capital punishment under all scenarios and cases with no exception. It is a harsh and inhumane punishment, which stops working to function as a deterrent and represents an unfavorable rejection of human self-respect and integrity.EEAS Press Group Contact journalism Group of the European External Action Service You may be thinking of Iran: Joint Commission of the JCPOA to please in Vienna on 1 September A conference of the Joint Commission of
the Joint Comprehensive Strategy( JCPOA) will happen in Vienna on 1 September. The Joint Commission will be chaired on behalf of EU High Agent Josep Borrell by EEAS Secretary General Helga Maria Schmid and will be taken part in by representatives JCPOA: Declaration by the High Representative Josep Borrell as organizer of the Joint Commission of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action on the Disagreement Resolution System I have actually gotten today a letter from the Foreign Minister of Iran referring Iran’s concerns concerning application problems by France, Germany and the UK under the Joint Comprehensive Strategy( JCPOA) to the Joint Commission for resolution through