Iranian officials arrived Friday in Vienna to meet with the International Atomic Energy Agency to discuss Iran's nuclear program.
IAEA chief inspector Herman Nackaerts was quoted by Bloomberg News as saying the watchdog group wanted access to the Parchin facility in Iran.
An IAEA team in February said it wasn't given access to the facility nor was it able to clarify unresolved issues related to possible military dimensions to the country's nuclear program.
"We are here today to continue our discussions with Iran and seek agreement on a structured approach to resolve all the outstanding issues," said Nackaerts.
A report by The New York Times Friday suggests Iran is working quickly to enhance its nuclear program. The report referenced a pending report from international inspectors, citing "officials familiar with its contents."
Iran is suspected of pursuing the technology needed to manufacture a nuclear weapon, an allegation the government denies.
Hossein Naqavi Hosseni, a special parliamentary envoy to Iran's Foreign Policy Commission, told the semiofficial Fars News Agency there were several "false reports" published on Iran's nuclear program.
His comments preceded the Times report.
Wisconsin business offering 'therapeutic cuddling' forced to close
Megyn Kelly: Santa Claus and Jesus are both white men