Iran is ready to comply with the demand of the International Atomic Energy Agency to allow experts and international organizations enter the country's nuclear power plants.
A bilateral agreement will be signed soon, reports The Associated Press, citing the IAEA's General Director Yukio Amano.
The latter mentioned that even though the sides have issues to clear up, Tehran says they aren't serious hindrances for the signing of the agreement.
At the same time, the IAEA continues to apply sanctions against Iran.
The IAEA has restricted the actions of companies that deliver rubber bullets, tear gas and other measures to disperse demonstrators.