Israel - Lebanese tensions cooled, Indonesia handles the situation
Indonesian peacekeepers presenting with the UN Interim Force in Lebanon (UNIFIL) have helped ease strains between the Israeli and Lebanese militaries at the boundary, as indicated by a commandant of the power.
Administrator of UNIFIL Garuda Contingent Col. Amril Haris Isya Siregar said in an articulation late Thursday that the pressures in the "Blue Line" territory started with the development of another street by the Lebanese Armed Forces (LAF) at a site called Temporary Point (TP) zone 35.
In challenging the street development, he said, the Israeli armed force sent three Merkava tanks and a gathering of warriors to the area.
The administrator said the Lebanese armed force reacted by dispatching 20 completely furnished staff and set marksmen on the top of a little house in the street development region.
Siregar said the team sent 47 Battalion Mobile Reserved (BMR) workforce to set up a bar in the regions to forestall undesirable occurrences.
Further, it will be interesting to see how long the situations are calm or the Lebanese try to create the mess again with Israel.