The United Nations Security Council has voted to impose a third round of sanctions on Iran for its refusal to stop enriching uranium.
Fourteen of the Council's 15 members voted for the sanctions Monday. Indonesia abstained.
Indonesia's U.N. Ambassador, Marty Natalegawa says his nation is not convinced more sanctions would help the situation.
The resolution tightens existing sanctions on trade, and on the travel and assets of people involved in Tehran's nuclear and missile programs. It also calls for vigilance over banks in Iran.
The sanctions were imposed because of concerns Iran may be developing nuclear weapons. Iran says its nuclear program is peaceful.
U.S. National Security Council spokesman Gordon Johndroe says Iran has a choice between reaping the benefits of cooperation with the rest of the world or continuing to isolate itself.