Tehran : The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) Nuclear Safeguards Director Olli Heinonen will arrive in Tehran on July 11 to discuss Iran's nuclear case.
Iran's representative to the IAEA, Ali-Asghar Soltaniyeh, has said Heinonen is to offer a working agenda to Iran on the basis of which questions on Iran's nuclear case will be raised and responded.
He added Tehran had been giving response to all IAEA questions and ambiguities on its nuclear activities but the trend was stopped after Iran's nuclear dossier was sent to the UN Security Council and voluntary implementation of the Additional Protocol was suspended.
On the other hand, the US and its European allies are currently studying an offer presented by Britain. Based on the offer, if Iran suspends development of its nuclear activities including uranium enrichment, these states will prevent imposing new sanctions against Tehran.