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    Il vertice previsto per Mercoledì 23.08.06 è saltato a Venerdì 25.08.06 perché ad esso possa partecipare lo stesso segretario dell'ONU Kofi Annan.

    Trascrivo il relativo articolo dal solito EUonserver.com
    Originale: =>UE: I ministri degli Esteri discuteranno l'emergenza-Libano con Annan ven. 25 agosto

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    EU ministers to meet Annan at emergency talks on Lebanon
    23.08.2006 - 099 CET | By Lucia Kubosova

    EU foreign ministers will hold emergency talks on Lebanon on Friday (25 August) with UN secretary general Kofi Annan also attending the meeting just before he is to announce who should lead the international force to be sent to the region.

    "The purpose of the meeting is to focus on EU member states' contributions to
    =>UNIFIL and the conditions needed to make the operation a success," the Finnish presidency of the EU stated.


    Kofi Annan will be present at the EU meeting on Friday
    (Photo: UN/DPI Photo)


    The extraordinary ministerial gathering will follow today's session of the bloc's Political and Security Committee which is also set to focus on the details of European troop's deployment in the UN Interim Force in Lebanon (UNIFIL).

    Several EU member states have so far indicated they will send their soldiers to monitor the fragile ceasefire in Lebanon but have voiced strong concerns about the lack of clarity about the operating conditions.

    Following the French announcement of a far smaller deployment - 200 soldiers - than had been expected by the international community, Italy has emerged as a potential leading nation with 2,000 to 3,000 troops.

    According to the Italian foreign minister Massimo D'Alema, his country's contribution would make up about a third of the European troops which he has estimated at around 9,000 soldiers.

    But he warned that Rome might still change its mind "if Israel keeps shooting and violates the truce sanctioned by the UN," according to Italian daily La Repubblica.

    "We are expecting a renewed commitment from Israel, a binding promise to stop shooting. It is right to require that Hezbollah disarms, but we cannot send our soldiers if the Tsahal [Israeli army] keeps shooting," he added.

    UN officials have reported occasional clashes between Israeli forces and suspected Hezbollah fighters and have criticised Israel for its ongoing flights over Beirut and southern Lebanon, suggesting they are in breach of the ceasefire resolution.

    These violations "endanger the fragile calm" and "undermine the authority of the government of Lebanon," said Mr Annan, according to press reports.

    The same message is likely to be spelled out to the Israeli foreign minister, Tzipi Livni, today and tomorrow, as she tours the French and Italian capitals for talks on the Lebanon mission.

    Ms Livni is meeting her French and Belgian counterparts Philippe Douste-Blazy and Karel De Gucht, as well as French interior minister Nicolas Sarkozy.

    On Thursday, the Israeli foreign minister will meet Italy's prime minister Romano Prodi and foreign minister Massimo D'Alema.

    The UN force in Lebanon is to be expanded from the current 2,000 troops to up to 15,000 under a new UN resolution which ended 34 days of fighting between Israel and Hezbollah fighters.

    About 1,300 Lebanese - mainly civilians - and 160 Israelis - mostly soldiers - have died in the conflict.
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    Citazione Originariamente Scritto da Erasmus
    Il vertice previsto per Mercoledì 23.08.06 è saltato a Venerdì 25.08.06 perché ad esso possa partecipare lo stesso segretario dell'ONU Kofi Annan.
    Non è esattto.
    Mercoledì si sono incontrati non i Ministri degli Esteri ma gli ambasciatori degli stati. Un lavoro preliminare al vertice di venerdì. Sembra, però, che l'incontro di mercoledì tra i 25 ambasciatori non sia stato di alcuna utilità. Nessun progresso su chi ci sta e con quante forze. Gli ambasciatori si sarebbero ridette le stesse cose già risapute.
    Il vertice di mercoledì ha avuto un'importanza estremamente ridimensionata proprio essendo nel frattempo partita l'attesa per l'incontro con Kofi Annan di due giorni dopo.
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    Un altro articolo da EUobserver.com
    Originale: =>http://euobserver.com/9/22258/?rk=1

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    Pressure mounts on EU to make firm Lebanon commitments
    24.08.2006 - 08:11 CET | By Honor Mahony

    A hastily-convened meeting of top level EU ambassadors produced little by way of progress on European contributions to a Lebanon force on Wednesday (23 August).

    The two main issues of the meeting – establishing what the rules of engagement should be and how many soldiers each participating country would send – have largely remained unanswered.


    size=1]Several member states are concerned that the mandate is not clear enough
    (Photo: The Council of the European Union)[/size]


    It will now be up to EU foreign ministers meeting for an emergency session on Friday in the presence of UN secretary general Kofi Annan to iron out the details and elicit firm promises.

    Diplomats indicated that while there were repeated offers for logistical and maritime support - these went "little beyond what has already been said in public" although there was "general agreement" among member states that they ought to make a strong contribution.

    There was also no real discussion about specific numbers of troops that would be sent and who would lead it although Italy has previously indicated it would be prepared to do so.

    Now the attention will turn to Friday where a series of meetings are scheduled - a meeting of political and security officials first thing in the morning, followed by a meeting of EU ambassadors, followed by EU foreign ministers at 3pm.

    It is hoped that the presence of Mr Annan will make member states come to an agreement.

    So far, governments, particularly France which had several fatalities in the UN peacekeeping mission during the Bosnian war, are very wary of the woolly terms of engagement.

    One diplomat noted that he "could not imagine" that Mr Annan would come to Brussels only to hear what has "already been said" in New York.

    The lack of outright agreement on Wednesday adds further to the picture that EU member states are in simple disarray over their response to Lebanon – with France having backed down from a leadership role and Italy saying it will commit up to 3,000 troops but only on condition that Israeli soldiers stop shooting.

    The pressure has been steadily mounting on Europe since Muslim states like Malaysia are no longer likely to send soldiers. Israel had dismissed its offer to contribute as well as Bangladesh's and Indonesia's as the three do not recognise the Jewish state.

    This has resulted in even more pressure to get comittment from the Europeans to make up the total of 15,000 peacekeeping troops foreseen under the recent UN resolution governing the fragile ceasefire between Hezbollah and Israeli soldiers.

    Under current, not very firm promises by EU member states, some 6,000 to 9000 troops would be sent – far short of the goal. Militarily significant states such as the UK, however, are not sending ground soldiers while Germany has also ruled out ground troops for historical reasons.

    Meeting her counterpart in Paris on Wednesday, Israeli foreign minister Tzipi Livni urged EU member states to overcome their hesitation and put troops into Lebanon as as soon as possible to control an "explosive" situation.
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    Io penso che prima di aderire alle inziative militari in MO occorre assolutamente che ci dicano come andra' a finire DOPO:

    Se finira' bene si puo' aderire.Se andrà male assolutamente no.

    Facile fare gli storici del LUNEDI' come diceva Enzo Ferrari.................

 

 
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