TEHRAN, Jun.30 (ISNA)-Iran's permanent representative at the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) informed that heading a delegation, IAEA deputy director Olli Heinonen will visit Iran from 11th to 13th July.
"Heinonen and some of the IAEA officials will visit Iran concerning the remainder issues related to Iran's nuclear program," Ali Asghar Soltaniyeh told ISNA.
He further emphasized that the IAEA team expected at Iran were not inspectors and would by no means inspect Iran's nuclear facilities.
"IAEA deputy director's trip to Iran will take place before the next (fourth) round of Larijani-Solana talks.
IAEA chief Mohammad ElBaradei and Iran's supreme national security council secretary Ali Larijani declared on their June 23rd meeting that Iran and the IAEA would work on a scheme to resolve all the remaining issues regarding Iran's peaceful nuclear program.
ElBaradei had expressed hope that the scheme would bear results within a span of two months.
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