One. SENIOR ADMINISTRATION OFFICIAL ONE: Thank you. Let me briefly touch on where we are onthe resolution effort here in New York. We’ve been working with the full Council for nearly two weekson the draft resolution elements and making good progress on that. This is a priority effort for theCouncil at this point. And as you know, the reason we are doing a resolution is it’s been two yearssince the previous resolution, a year and half since the Obama Administration has come into office.And during that period, we’ve seen the following things happen: We’ve had an effort under theAdministration, from the very beginning, to engage with Iran and with our partners on the underlyingcore issue of concern, which is very important for people to keep in mind, and that has been the doubtsthat exist and the confidence needed to ensure that Iran’s nuclear program is intended exclusively for peaceful purposes. And it’s been Iran’s inability to resolve this issue to the satisfaction of the IAEAand its Board of Governors that has led to the situation where we have five resolutions, including threesanctions resolutions, in place trying to get Iran to satisfy the needs the IAEA has to ensure that the program indeed is simply for peaceful purposes. You’ll recall that there was great interest in the U.S.engaging directly with Iran as one way to help resolve this issue. And when the Administration camein, it obviously devoted much of its first year, year and a half to pursuing engagement. We have nothad a resolution on Iran in terms of the pressure track, as I said, since 2008.The other side of the coin is throughout this period, as the Administration and our P-5+1 partners haveexplored every avenue to engage and resolve this issue diplomatically, the Iranian side has actuallycontinued with its proscribed activities. Under existing Council resolutions, they should be suspendingall enrichment activity until these questions are answered. Moreover, during this period there was therevelation of yet another clandestine enrichment facility at Qom, concealed from the IAEA and theinternational community and for which the IAEA still has not had full, unfettered access to individuals’documentation to satisfy itself that indeed that is for purely, peaceful purposes. And we can go into, inquestions, the reasons to believe that it is not. Moreover, earlier this year, Iran announced and began enriching to 20 percent, turning the LEU intoHEU – highly enriched uranium – a challenge, again, to the nonproliferation regime that the IAEA is part of and is trying to ensure is adhered to. The Security Council’s role in this, as you know, is to try to give weight to the decisions of the IAEAand deal with this potential threat to peace and security, as represented by Iran’s continued enrichment program against a backdrop of doubt whether it is exclusively peaceful. And so two years later, it istime now, in view not only of continuing breaches of its obligations, but increased challenges to theinternational community as reflected by the revelation of a clandestine facility and by enrichment to 20 percent, for the international community to react.And this is what this resolution will do. It will reinforce the framework of the existing resolutions,which are based on a dual-track policy, that is, offer of engagement, commitment to resolve this issuediplomatically through dialogue and negotiation, but at the same time, increasing pressure on Iran toensure that it understands the costs of continued violation of its international obligations. Let me stop there, if you want to take over. MR. CROWLEY: Yes. And now, just to kind of put then the TRR proposal from last October incontext with the resolution, we’ll go to Senior Administration Official Number Two.