JERUSALEM — The U.S. is taking steps to help ease traffic congestion as the U.N. Security Council prepares to vote on a resolution to impose economic sanctions on Iran, a top U.K. official said Monday.
U.S., European and Chinese leaders agreed in Vienna on Monday to hold a summit in New York next month in an effort to pressure Iran to abandon its nuclear program.
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani has accused Israel of orchestrating the nuclear deal that lifted international sanctions on Tehran in return for lifting economic sanctions that are crippling its economy.
Rouhani has vowed to resume enriching uranium for a nuclear bomb and has vowed not to be blackmailed by Israel.
The Security Council will vote on the measure on Tuesday.
Iran has so far refused to meet the requirements of the resolution to adopt the resolution.
The resolution will require Iran to suspend all uranium enrichment and stop any ballistic missile program.
It also calls on Iran to halt all activities that would support the spread of nuclear weapons.
Iran’s nuclear program is subject to several U.n.
Security Agency (NSA) and U. N. sanctions.
In the past year, the U,S., Europe and China have imposed sanctions on at least 10 individuals and companies in a variety of sectors.
The sanctions were implemented to prevent Iran from obtaining a nuclear weapon.
The U.R.C. has issued a travel advisory to all countries in Latin America.
It has warned that Iran’s growing presence in the region is posing a security threat to the region.