Gantz: The cease-fire will continue, or we will act

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November 25, 2012 16:19

 
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Chief of Staff Lt.-Gen. Benny Gantz said on Sunday he is pleased with the results of Operation Pillar of Defense in Gaza and says he believes the quiet will continue.

Speaking to new IDF recruits, Gantz emphasized if there were additional developments on the ground or the quiet was disturbed, the military would coordinate with the political echelon to act swiftly.

Gantz also expressed satisfaction with the drafting of reserve soldiers during the operation.

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