On September 7, Ambassador Susan Rice, U.S. Permanent Representative to the United Nations, delivered remarks after a Security Council briefing on the Iran Sanctions Committee. Ambassador Rice said:
"We had an opportunity today in the Council, as we do every quarter, to review the sanctions regime against Iran. I expressed the United States' condemnation of Iran's continued violations of various Security Council resolutions as well as the IAEA Board of Governors. We're particularly concerned about reports that there is the loading of and preparation for the spinning of centrifuges at the Qom facility, which is a flagrant and blatant violation of existing sanctions. And at the same time, we underscored the importance of continued toughened enforcement of the sanctions regime that exists under 1929 and its predecessors.
"We are also pleased at the Committee and the Panel of Experts have been active in this regard, and that there is indeed a growing will among the international community to enforce these sanctions effectively. And yet, at the same time, we expressed our dismay and concern that there are still some members of the Sanctions Committee that are not amenable at this stage to the publication on the website of the Panel of Experts' latest report, which, in our view is a failure of the mandate of the Committee. It violates the principles and the purposes of transparency for which the Committee and the Panel were established, and we will continue to press for the full and timely publication of the Panel of Experts' report."
You can read the full transcript of Ambassador Rice's remarks on state.gov.