Germany, France and Britain have proposed measures against Iran for blocking foreign media broadcasts in a joint letter to other European Union members, the German foreign office said on Wednesday. In the letter, signed on behalf of Germany by Foreign Minister Guido Westerwelle, the countries called for the EU to take measures against Iran. The move comes after Iran has blocked numerous foreign radio and television broadcasts via satellite for several months. French daily Le Figaro reported that possible sanctions could include stopping companies such as Siemens or Nokia from delivering technologies to Teheran that allow the interception of emails or mobile phone conversations. A joint declaration could be signed as early as next week, when EU foreign ministers meet in Brussels.