Prime Minister Ehud Olmert said Wednesday that he was comfortable with the decisions he made during the Second Lebanon War. "I am not sorry about the vital decisions that I led as prime minister - not those linked with the fighting in Lebanon, nor those related to other matters," Olmert told the Herzliya Conference. "Mistakes were made - yes. There were failures - definitely. But, lessons were leaned, flaws were fixed, modes of operating were changed and principally, the decisions that I have made since then have brought greater security, more quiet, less terror, greater deterrence and more prosperity for the state of Israel than it has had in many years."