U.N. Atomic Agency Chief Headed to Iran to Avert Crisis Over Nuclear Talks

The head of the United Nations atomic company will journey to Tehran this weekend, in a final-ditch move aimed at regaining Iranian cooperation with the company and averting a disaster in the nuclear talks, Iranian and company officials stated Saturday.

The excursion is the end result of intense negotiations over modern times aimed at securing commitments from Iran. According to a few persons common with discussions, the excursion follows an knowledge in between Iran and the Global Atomic Strength Company that Tehran will grant the company access to reset equipment monitoring the country’s nuclear actions and resume cooperation with a probe into nuclear content observed in Iran.