Security Council Committee established pursuant to resolution 1737 (2006)



INDIVIDUALS AND ENTITIES DESIGNATED AS SUBJECT TO THE TRAVEL NOTIFICATION REQUIREMENTS AND ASSETS FREEZE IMPOSED BY RESOLUTIONS 1737 (2006) AND 1747 (2007)

The travel notification requirements and assets freeze are set out in paragraphs 10 and 12, respectively, of resolution 1737 (2006), and paragraphs 2 and 4, respectively, of resolution 1747 (2007). Exemptions to the assets freeze are set out in paragraphs 13 and 15 of the resolution 1737 (2006).

Annex to resolution 1737 (2006)

A.    Entities involved in the nuclear programme

  1. Atomic Energy Organisation of Iran

  2. Mesbah Energy Company (provider for A40 research reactor — Arak)

  3. Kala-Electric (aka Kalaye Electric) (provider for PFEP — Natanz)

  4. Pars Trash Company (involved in centrifuge programme, identified in IAEA reports)

  5. Farayand Technique (involved in centrifuge programme, identified in IAEA reports)

  6. Defence Industries Organisation (overarching MODAFL-controlled entity, some of whose subordinates have been involved in the centrifuge programme making components, and in the missile programme)

  7. 7th of Tir (subordinate of DIO, widely recognized as being directly involved in the nuclear programme)

B.    Entities involved in the ballistic missile programme

  1. Shahid Hemmat Industrial Group (SHIG) (subordinate entity of AIO)

  2. Shahid Bagheri Industrial Group (SBIG) (subordinate entity of AIO)

  3. Fajr Industrial Group (formerly Instrumentation Factory Plant, subordinate entity of AIO)

C.    Persons involved in the nuclear programme

  1. Mohammad Qannadi, AEOI Vice President for Research & Development

  2. Behman Asgarpour, Operational Manager (Arak)

  3. Dawood Agha-Jani, Head of the PFEP (Natanz)

  4. Ehsan Monajemi, Construction Project Manager, Natanz

  5. Jafar Mohammadi, Technical Adviser to the AEOI (in charge of managing the production of valves for centrifuges)

  6. Ali Hajinia Leilabadi, Director General of Mesbah Energy Company

  7. Lt Gen Mohammad Mehdi Nejad Nouri, Rector of Malek Ashtar University of Defence Technology (chemistry dept, affiliated to MODALF, has conducted experiments on beryllium)

D.    Persons involved in the ballistic missile programme

  1. Gen Hosein Salimi, Commander of the Air Force, IRGC (Pasdaran)

  2. Ahmad Vahid Dastjerdi, Head of the AIO

  3. Reza-Gholi Esmaeli, Head of Trade & International Affairs Dept, AIO

  4. Bahmanyar Morteza Bahmanyar, Head of Finance & Budget Dept, AIO

E.    Persons involved in both the nuclear and ballistic missile programmes

  1. Maj Gen Yahya Rahim Safavi, Commander, IRGC (Pasdaran)


Annex I to resolution 1747 (2007)

Entities involved in nuclear or ballistic missile activities

  1. Ammunition and Metallurgy Industries Group (AMIG) (aka Ammunition Industries Group) (AMIG controls 7th of Tir, which is designated under resolution 1737 (2006) for its role in Iran’s centrifuge programme. AMIG is in turn owned and controlled by the Defence Industries Organisation (DIO), which is designated under resolution 1737 (2006))

  2. Esfahan Nuclear Fuel Research and Production Centre (NFRPC) and Esfahan Nuclear Technology Centre (ENTC) (Parts of the Atomic Energy Organisation of Iran’s (AEOI) Nuclear Fuel Production and Procurement Company, which is involved in enrichment-related activities. AEOI is designated under resolution 1737 (2006))

  3. Kavoshyar Company (Subsidiary company of AEOI, which has sought glass fibres, vacuum chamber furnaces and laboratory equipment for Iran’s nuclear programme)

  4. Parchin Chemical Industries (Branch of DIO, which produces ammunition, explosives, as well as solid propellants for rockets and missiles)

  5. Karaj Nuclear Research Centre (Part of AEOI’s research division)

  6. Novin Energy Company (aka Pars Novin) (Operates within AEOI and has transferred funds on behalf of AEOI to entities associated with Iran’s nuclear programme)

  7. Cruise Missile Industry Group (aka Naval Defence Missile Industry Group) (Production and development of cruise missiles. Responsible for naval missiles including cruise missiles)

  8. Bank Sepah and Bank Sepah International (Bank Sepah provides support for the Aerospace Industries Organisation (AIO) and subordinates, including Shahid Hemmat Industrial Group (SHIG) and Shahid Bagheri Industrial Group (SBIG), both of which were designated under resolution 1737 (2006))

  9. Sanam Industrial Group (subordinate to AIO, which has purchased equipment on AIO’s behalf for the missile programme)

  10. Ya Mahdi Industries Group (subordinate to AIO, which is involved in international purchases of missile equipment)

Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps entities

  1. Qods Aeronautics Industries (Produces unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), parachutes, para-gliders, para-motors, etc. Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) has boasted of using these products as part of its asymmetric warfare doctrine)

  2. Pars Aviation Services Company (Maintains various aircraft including MI-171, used by IRGC Air Force)

  3. Sho’a’ Aviation (Produces micro-lights which IRGC has claimed it is using as part of its asymmetric warfare doctrine)

Persons involved in nuclear or ballistic missile activities

  1. Fereidoun Abbasi-Davani (Senior Ministry of Defence and Armed Forces Logistics (MODAFL) scientist with links to the Institute of Applied Physics, working closely with Mohsen Fakhrizadeh-Mahabadi, designated below)

  2. Mohsen Fakhrizadeh-Mahabadi (Senior MODAFL scientist and former head of the Physics Research Centre (PHRC). The IAEA have asked to interview him about the activities of the PHRC over the period he was head but Iran has refused)

  3. Seyed Jaber Safdari (Manager of the Natanz Enrichment Facilities)

  4. Amir Rahimi (Head of Esfahan Nuclear Fuel Research and Production Center, which is part of the AEOI’s Nuclear Fuel Production and Procurement Company, which is involved in enrichment-related activities)

  5. Mohsen Hojati (Head of Fajr Industrial Group, which is designated under resolution 1737 (2006) for its role in the ballistic missile programme)

  6. Mehrdada Akhlaghi Ketabachi (Head of SBIG, which is designated under resolution 1737 (2006) for its role in the ballistic missile programme)

  7. Naser Maleki (Head of SHIG, which is designated under resolution 1737 (2006) for its role in Iran’s ballistic missile programme. Naser Maleki is also a MODAFL official overseeing work on the Shahab-3 ballistic missile programme. The Shahab-3 is Iran’s long range ballistic missile currently in service)

  8. Ahmad Derakhshandeh (Chairman and Managing Director of Bank Sepah, which provides support for the AIO and subordinates, including SHIG and SBIG, both of which were designated under resolution 1737 (2006))

Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps key persons

  1. Brigadier General Morteza Rezaie (Deputy Commander of IRGC)

  2. Vice Admiral Ali Akbar Ahmadian (Chief of IRGC Joint Staff)

  3. Brigadier General Mohammad Reza Zahedi (Commander of IRGC Ground Forces)

  4. Rear Admiral Morteza Safari (Commander of IRGC Navy)

  5. Brigadier General Mohammad Hejazi (Commander of Bassij resistance force)

  6. Brigadier General Qasem Soleimani (Commander of Qods force)

  7. General Zolqadr (IRGC officer, Deputy Interior Minister for Security Affairs)