A team of the US Federal Bureau of Investigation is expected to visit Pakistan next week to follow-up the findings of the probe conducted by Pakistani authorities into the Mumbai terror attacks. The visit by the 7-member FBI team has been cleared by the Foreign Office, diplomatic sources said on Friday. The team will interact with Pakistani law enforcement officials to discuss the findings of their probe into the Mumbai incident, the sources said. The FBI is also expected to question the six suspects detained by Pakistani authorities in connection with the attacks, the sources said. These suspects include Lashker-e-Taiba operatives Zakiur Rehman Lakhvi, Zarar Shah and Hamad Amin Sadiq. Interior ministry chief Rehman Malik had last week said Pakistani authorities had filed formal charges against nine suspects, including Ajmal Amir Kasab, the lone terrorist captured in India for the attacks. He said six of the eight other suspects had been detained while two are still at large. Malik had also acknowledged that part of the conspiracy behind the Mumbai incident was hatched on Pakistani soil. The FBI has played a key behind-the-scenes role in the sharing of information uncovered by Indian and Pakistani investigators.