Russia undecided whether to send forces to Lebanon

By JPOST.COM STAFF
August 25, 2006 02:31

 
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Moscow was still deliberating on Thursday night whether it would send forces to the nascent international peacekeeping force that will be deployed in Lebanon. Russian Defense Minister Sergei Ivanov said it was not yet known precisely what the force's mandate would be. Earlier, France decided to expand its presence to 2,000 troops in Lebanon.

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