Israel will present a complaint against Lebanon to the UN Security Council, after Lebanese guerrillas fired a barrage of rockets at northern Israel, a Foreign Ministry official said Sunday.
"We have instructed our delegation at the UN to present a formal complaint against Lebanon to the president of the Security Council," said Foreign Ministry spokesman Mark Regev.
Regev said Lebanon must comply with Security Council resolutions calling on Lebanese militias to disarm. "As long as these extremist groups remain armed, they are a threat to stability," he said.
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