Tehran condemned the new sanctions imposed by Western countries on officials and news agencies in Iran, coinciding with the first anniversary of the death of young Mahsa Amini.
On Friday, the United States, the UK, and the European Union sanctioned Iranian individuals and entities.
In a statement on Friday, Iran's Foreign Ministry Spokesperson Nasser Kanaani slammed the US and its allies for imposing a slew of fresh sanctions against Iran.
Kanaani denounced the sanctions as "unconstructive behavior," which was not in line with the Western countries' own interests.
Friday's US sanctions added 25 Iranian officials, three media outlets and an internet censorship firm on to their sanctions blacklist, saying all were linked to Tehran's suppression of protests after Amini's death.
Hundreds were killed, including dozens of security forces personnel, during the protests that followed the death of Mahsa Amini, which the authorities described as "rioting" influenced by Western countries.