U.N. chief Ban Ki-moon urged Iran on Thursday to fully comply with relevant Security Council resolutions.
Ban told reporters at the U.N. Headquarters in New York before he sets off for the Bali Conference that Iran should faithfully work together with the International Atomic Energy Agency to implement the work program they have concluded.
"At the same time, the Iranian authority should make quite clear for their past activities of nuclear issues," he said, adding that it is up to the members of the Council to decide what kind of actions should be taken on this issue.
The latest National Intelligence Estimate, the formal consensus of all 16 U.S. spy agencies, said Monday that Iran halted its nuclear weapons program in 2003, a stark reversal of previous intelligence assessments that Iran was actively moving toward a bomb.
The United States and its western allies have been pressing for a new Security Council resolution to push for further punitive measure on Iran to halt uranium enrichment. The Council has passed two resolutions containing sanctions on Iran.