Iran, meanwhile, said it will proceed with implementing plans agreed to with the International Atomic Energy Agency that lay out a timetable for understanding Iran’s nuclear program. Officials are working to block a third U.N. Security Council sanctions resolution against Iran, which they say may affect Iran's cooperation with the IAEA.
"In case a third resolution is passed against Tehran, we will take the necessary decisions," Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman Mohammad-Ali Hosseini said at his weekly press conference in Tehran Monday, Press TV reported.
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