NCRI - The Spanish company says the decision is in line with EU’s sanctions against the head of the Iranian regime’s broadcasting (IRIB).

Hispasat is partly owned by Eutelsat. The Paris-based Eutelsat SA satellite provider removed Iranian regime’s channels off the air in October 2012.

The Spanish company says the decision is in line with EU’s sanctions against the head of the Iranian regime’s broadcasting (IRIB).

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