Reuters: France, Britain and Germany finalized a draft resolution on Sunday that calls on Iran to freeze sensitive nuclear work, but does not make any threats of punitive
action if Tehran resumes such work, the U.N. said.
Reuters

VIENNA - France, Britain and Germany finalized a draft resolution on Sunday that calls on Iran to freeze sensitive nuclear work, but does not make any threats of punitive action if Tehran resumes such work, the U.N. said.

"The resolution has been submitted to the members of the board," International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) spokesman Mark Gwozdecky said. He was referring to the IAEA board of governors, which diplomats on the board say is almost certain to approve the resolution on Monday.

Diplomats familiar with the text said Washington did not like the resolution, which it believes is too weak, but would not block it when the IAEA's 35-member votes on it on Monday.