TEHRAN, Iran (AP) — Iran says it will allow U.N. inspectors access to a secret military complex where the U.N. nuclear agency suspects secret atomic work has been carried out.

A statement issued by the country's permanent envoy to the International Atomic Energy Agency, Iran says it will allow U.N. officials to visit the Parchin complex, southeast of Tehran in a gesture of good will.

The statement says the visit requires an agreement on a guidelines for the inspection. It was carried by the official ISNA news agency Tuesday.