Recent reports by the media, including Friday’s Los Angeles Times, suggest the broad outlines of a nuclear deal between Iran and the West to be negotiated during the upcoming Baghdad talks on 23 May. The West will accept uranium enrichment by Iran up to 5 percent purity and Iran would accept unrestricted inspections of its nuclear sites and strict oversight of its nuclear program by IAEA, commonly known as the additional protocol. The sanctions against Iran will begin to be lifted if Iran accepts the compromise and stars its implementation.
Meanwhile, Iran announced today that it will resume talks with the the IAEA on 13-14 May. Iran's ambassador to IAEA Ali Asghar Soltanieh told the IRNA Tehran's decision "shows the peaceful nature of all of its nuclear activities, while showing that claims against Iran are baseless."