UN nuclear watchdog sees Syria talks by end of month

October 4, 2011 17:56


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VIENNA - United Nations nuclear inspectors plan to meet Syrian officials this month to try to kickstart a long-stalled probe into a suspected reactor site bombed to rubble by Israel in 2007.

A spokesman for the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), the Vienna-based UN agency, said on Tuesday that a meeting was scheduled to take place in Damascus on Oct. 24-25.

IAEA Director General Yukiya Amano said last month Syria had offered to cooperate with the agency's investigation into the destroyed Dair Alzour site after years of stonewalling.

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