IAEA inspectors arrive in Iran to hold nuclear talks
Azerbaijan, Baku, Feb. 20 / Trend D.Khatinoglu /
The International Atomic Energy Agency's negotiation delegation headed by IAEA's Chief Inspector Herman Nackaerts arrives in Iran to hold the second round of talks over Iran's nuclear program, Mehr News Agency reported on Monday.
IAEA inspectors' first visit to Iran took place three weeks ago, negotiating Iran's nuclear program including signs of possible work on atomic weapons.
Iranian Foreign Minister Ali Akbar Salehi said IAEA's inspectors during second visit will not inspect Iranian nuclear facilities like the first time.
Iranian state-run television said earlier the IAEA delegation hopes to visit the Parchin complex. This site has been suspected of housing a secret underground facility used for Iran's nuclear program - a claim that Iranian authorities deny.
Iran says its nuclear program aimed at generating electricity, however, the United State and its allies suspect that Iran is working on making nuclear weapon.