Cabinet set to approve unilateral withdrawal from Ghajar

By JPOST.COM STAFF
November 17, 2010 07:30

 
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The cabinet on Wednesday is expected to approve a plan whereby Israel will unilaterally withdraw from the northern part of Ghajar, placing that part of the village in Lebanese hands, as mandated by the United Nations, Army Radio reported.

According to the proposed layout, the IDF will secure the Israeli-Lebanon border south of Ghajar and UNIFIL have the responsibility of preventing the entry of infiltrators, terrorists and criminals in the northern part of the village.

The cabinet is expected to instruct the IDF to accelerate relations with UNIFIL with the aim of formulating security arrangements within the next month.

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