The head of the U.N. nuclear watchdog has said he expects to sign a deal with Iran soon on investigating suspected weapons activities connected to the country's nuclear programme. Amano also said that Saeed Jalili, Iran's chief nuclear negotiator, had assured him that "the existing differences will not be an obstacle to the agreement". (Aljazeera)
Reading the whole article, it is clear that the thsi negotiation is not so satisfactory. In fact the International Atomic Energy Agency wants access to sites, and especially to the Parchin military base. However, Iran affirmed that Parchin is not a designated nuclear site and thus it is not obliged to permit IAEA inspections.