International Atomic Energy Agency officials, led by Chief Inspector Herman Nackaerts, travel to Iran Wednesday, December 12 for talks about the possible military dimensions of the country’s nuclear program, Bloomberg reported. The top goal for the IAEA delegation will be to win access to the Parchin military complex southeast of Tehran, where it believes Iran has carried out explosives tests with nuclear applications. It will be the first meeting between the sides since talks broke down in August. Trust between the agency and Iran has subsequently deteriorated. Senior international officials say Iranian accusations that the IAEA was spying on behalf of Western powers created an atmosphere of intimidation for atomic inspectors working in Iran. “I have my doubts about the sincerity of Iran,” said U.S. IAEA envoy Robert Woods on Nov. 29 at a meeting of the IAEA’s board of governors.