VIENNA, Jan. 16 (Xinhua) -- The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) said Wednesday they would continue the talks with Tehran over Iran's disputed nuclear issue on Thursday.
"The talks will be continued Thursday," said IAEA spokeswoman Gill Tudor, however, there is no further information about Wednesday's talks from the Vienna-based Agency.
The UN nuclear watch dog hopes to finalize the so-called structured approach this time with Iran and visit Parchin site, which is considered to conduct nuclear related test.
But experts and analysts expect little progress as the Parchin military site might remain to be a stumbling block.
"We are aiming to finalize the structured approach to resolving the outstanding issues on the possible military dimensions of Iran's nuclear program," said Herman Nackaerts, the IAEA deputy director general.
"We trust that Iran will work with us in the same spirit," Nackaerts said at Vienna airport before leaving for talks with his negotiation team.
Regarding Parchin site, which is suspected by the Western powers as being used to conduct bomb-related experiment, he said, "We hope that we will be allowed to go to Parchin."
IAEA Director General Yukiya Amano last week expressed his concern over the prospect of the structured approach, saying he was "not necessarily optimistic."
The West has accused Iran of secretly developing nuclear weapons under the guise of its civilian nuclear program, a charge Tehran has consistently denied.
IAEA experts arrived in Tehran Wednesday morning for the talks.