The International Atomic Energy Agency says it obtained from Iran a document the IAEA says contains information on making nuclear weapons parts. The comment was made in a report that is to be presented at an IAEA meeting Thursday in Vienna.
Meanwhile, Iranian Foreign Minister Manouchehr Mottaki says Tehran will bar U.N. inspections at nuclear facilities starting Saturday if Iran is reported to the U.N. Security Council. He also said Iran would resume suspended nuclear activities.
Earlier, Britain, the United States, China, Russia and France issued a statement saying the IAEA should vote Thursday to refer Iran to the council for possible sanctions. A British official says Chinese and Russian diplomats are to meet in Tehran Wednesday with Iranian officials with a message that countries sympathetic to Iran are still concerned over Tehran's alleged nuclear ambitions. European and U.S. officials accuse Iran of seeking nuclear weapons, but Tehran says its intentions are peaceful.