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U.N. NUCLEAR WATCHDOG EXPECTS DEAL WITH IRAN
The head of the International Atomic Energy Agency says he will sign an agreement soon with Iran over its nuclear program, a sign that Iran may have agreed to broader inspections.
"I can say it will be signed quite soon," said IAEA Director-General Yukiya Amano, speaking to reporters in Vienna, Austria, on Tuesday after returning from a meeting with Iran's top nuclear negotiator, Saeed Jalili, on Monday. "I cannot say how soon that will be. In a few days, that will be clarified."
The IAEA has been demanding access to sites where Iran could be doing weapons-related testing. The development comes a day before world powers and Iran gather in Baghdad for talks on Iran's nuclear program.
"During the meeting, we discussed a wide spectrum of different issues, including nuclear disarmament, peaceful use of nuclear energy and strengthening (the position of) the agency." Amano said.