US State Dept concerned about Hizbullah arming in Lebanon

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January 31, 2010 12:13

 
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A senior adviser to US Secretary of State Hilary Clinton, Jeffrey D. Feltman, said on Sunday in an interview with Al-Hayat that he is concerned about hostilities breaking out between Israel and Lebanon.


According to Feltman, while the US government has no specific evidence about such a possibility, he is worried about reports of arms flowing to Hizbullah.


The senior US diplomat said that Washington contends that the weaponry is arriving into southern Lebanon in violation of UN resolution 1701, which ended the Second Lebanon War in 2006.

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