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UPDATED: 08:38, September 07, 2006
Greek frigate to leave for Lebanon soon
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Greek government announced on Wednesday that a fully-staffed Hellenic Navy frigate will depart over the next few days in order to participate in an international peacekeeping force for south Lebanon.

Government spokesman Theodoros Roussopoulos told reporters during his regular press briefing that Greek Prime Minister Costas Karamanlis informed UN chief Kofi Annan of the development during a telephone conversation on Wednesday.

He said the Greek vessel will operate within the framework of the "rules of engagement" laid down by the United Nations.

Source: Xinhua


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