Iranian Ambassador to the UK Hamid Baeidinejad has lashed out at the European Union over what he said was its "hypocrisy" in listing Iranian nationals and organisations in its "terrorist list" while allowing actual terrorists to operate freely.

Baeidinejad's remarks were made in response to the European Union's decision this week to impose sanctions against two Iranian nationals and a branch of the Iranian Intelligence Ministry after accusing Tehran of being responsible for a recent alleged murder plot in Denmark, which was foiled.

Earlier, Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif accused EU members, including the Danes, Dutch and French, of harbouring MKO militants, whom he said had killed 12,000 Iranians.

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