Arab League Chief: "No imminent war between Israel and Lebanon"
The Secretary General of the League of Arab States Amr Moussa, has stated there is no immidiate risk with respect to an Israeli strike oin Lebanon. However, he warned that the danger is constant and present.
The newspaper Asharq Alawsat on Sunday quoted Moussa as saying after a visit to Lebanon, where he met with Lebanese President Michel Suleiman: "The regional circumstances are complicated and always complex and sophisticated. Currently, the developments are more negative than positive."
Musa added: "There is a general feeling in Lebanon, but this threat is not based on the information. We have made an analysis of the position, and ruled out an imminent risk, but threat persists and is established and caution is required. However, I do not see the war on doors. "
On Israeli military drills for a possible confrontation with Lebanon, the Arab official said: "This is why we say you should exercise caution and follow up on things, but without overstatement, because it is not required to create a tension. We always must be on alert and ready to face what may be new developments. "
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