UN envoy rejects forcible disarmament of Hizbullah

March 27, 2006 07:41


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UN envoy to the Middle East Terje Larson said on Sunday that he rejected the disarmament of the Lebanese terror organization Hizbullah through the use of force. In a press conference in Beirut, Larson said that Hizbullah must be incorporated into the Lebanese army, and that these efforts should not take place by force. The UN delegation ended on Sunday a four-day visit in which it met with Lebanese President Emile Lahoud.

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