Iran's Deputy Foreign Minister said on Thursday that his country would allow inspectors from the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) to visit the military facility in Parchin if the sanctions on Tehran are removed.
The IAEA suspects that the Parchin military facility was used for experiments related to the development of a nuclear bomb and has asked several times that its inspectors be allowed to visit the facility. Iran has so far refused.
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