A U.N. nuclear watchdog team will visit Syria on June 22-24 to advance an investigation into U.S. intelligence alleging that Damascus secretly built an atomic reactor, the agency's chief said on Monday.
The chief also said Syria has agreed to let inspectors into the country this month to probe allegations of illegal nuclear activity.
Israel stroke the site in an air raid last September.
Washington handed over "intelligence" to the International Atomic Energy Agency in April for verification purposes.
Syria has denied US, Israel claims.
"It has now been agreed that an agency team will visit Syria during the period 22-24 of June. I look forward to Syria's full cooperation in this matter," IAEA Director Mohamed ElBaradei told a meeting of the agency's 35-nation board of governors.
Güncelleme Tarihi: 02 Haziran 2008, 17:27