The resolution to be presented at the next International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) meeting, is meant to confront Iran's approach to global concerns about their nuclear program.
It will likely call on Iran to be more transparent in the building and use of nuclear reactors, and to desist from enriching uranium, in accordance with the orders of the UN Security Council.
Under a new UN plan, Iran would not enrich its own uranium, but rather export it to Russia and France, where it would be made into fuel rods (which can not be turned into weapons-grade material) and returned to Iran. This would deplete Iran of its uranium stockpile and decrease the ability of the nation to build a nuclear warhead.
Iran has rejected the plan. It insists that the uranium exchange take place on its own soil.
Iran says it distrusts the West, believing countries will not hold up their end of an agreement or provide Iran with technology.
On its end, the United States and European countries accuse Iran of lying about its enrichment of uranium for military purposes. Reportedly, Iran currently has enough low-enriched uranium for up to two nuclear weapons.