Dow Jones Business News April 10, 1997 E.U. Condemns Iran For Role In 1992 Killings in Germany BRUSSELS -- The European Union on Thursday condemned the Iranian government for its part in the 1992 killings of four opposition emigres in Germany and said it would cut off its 'critical dialogue' with the country. 'The European Union condemns this involvement of the Iranian authorities and regards such behavior as totally unacceptable in the conduct of international affairs,' the Dutch presidency of the 15-member E.U. said in a statement. The statement followed a German court ruling Thursday that Iran's leadership was responsible for the killings of Kurdish leader Sadiq Sarafkindi and three of his colleagues in Berlin on Sept. 17, 1992. It also followed a decision by Germany, Iran's biggest Western trade partner, to recall its ambassador to Iran. The E.U. presidency said it would end its 1992 'critical dialogue' policy with Iran because 'no progress can be possible while Iran flouts international norms and indulges in acts of terrorism.' The presidency also said that it had invited all E.U. member countries to recall their ambassadors to Iran and that E.U. foreign ministers would decide 'what further action would be appropriate' at a meeting on April 29. By Jonathan Stearns