'No troops from states with army ties with Israel'

August 19, 2006 14:50


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Lebanese President Emile Lahoud said Saturday that nations with military ties to Israel must not be part of the UN peacekeeping force that will police a truce along Lebanon-Israel border. "All that we ask for is that the countries which will send troops must not have military agreements with Israel and that troops be equal in numbers so that no country's troops dominates the other," Lahoud said in comments distributed by his office.

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