Armistice Signed by Israel and Lebanon

Armistice Signed by Israel and Lebanon

Blue Demarcation Line Between Lebanon and Israel, Created by the UN after the Israeli Withdrawal from Southern Lebanon in 2000

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Lebanon and Israel sign an armistice. According to the terms, Israeli troops must immediately withdraw from 14 villages they hold in southern Lebanon. Both sides agree to limit the number of troops they have along the border region.

Mordehai Maleff, head of the Israeli delegation, says:

"The agreement marks the end of an unhappy chapter. We now hope for an era of peace and happiness for our part in the world."

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