Adam: Cease-fire agreement has 'a lot of holes'

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August 14, 2006 16:57

 
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OC Northern Command Maj.-Gen. Udi Adam expressed concerns Monday morning over the fragility of the cease-fire agreement, Army Radio reported. "There are a lot of holes in the agreement, but we have to be optimistic. We'll see what happens in the coming days." Adam said that the achievements of the IDF operations over the past several weeks had contributed greatly to the development of the agreement. Asked whether there might have been a need for a massive IDF incursion at an earlier stage, Adam said, "There's no use crying over spilled milk right now. We'll look into that when it's finished."

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