Talks on Iran’s nuclear programme have ended with “no progress”, according to the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), the UN’s nuclear watchdog.
The IAEA had been trying to get access to sites inside Iran, including one at Parchin suspected of being used for experiments related to nuclear weapons.
The lack of progress at the talks in Vienna was “disappointing”, the IAEA’s chief inspector Herman Nackaerts said.
Iran denies its nuclear programme has any military aspect.
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