Nuclear Inspectors in Iran for Talks

No sign they will actually get access to facilities


U.N. nuclear inspectors were in Tehran on Thursday for talks on Iran's disputed atomic activities but there was no sign they would gain access to the Parchin military complex as requested.

The Iranian Students' News Agency (ISNA) said the seven-member International Atomic Energy Agency delegation headed by deputy director general Herman Nackaerts would meet Iranian nuclear officials.

"No plans were announced yet for inspectors to visit Iran's nuclear facilities or other sites," ISNA said, without giving a source. There was no immediate word on whether the planned one day of talks had any concrete outcome.