NATO offers troops after Mideast peace deal

By ASSOCIATED PRESS
February 9, 2011 22:58




NATO would offer peacekeeping services to Israelis and Palestinians if both parties request it in a peace deal, the alliance's secretary general said Wednesday

Anders Fogh Rasmussen said NATO would intervene if a future peace treaty was broken or if the two sides needed assistance.

Until then, NATO would "not (become) involved in the Mideast peace process and is not seeking a role in it," Rasmussen said.


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