Defense Minister Fayez Ghosn announced Thursday that "the Palestinian leadership in the refugees camps expressed, during the recent contacts, their commitment to the truce and their refusal to drag the camps into any trouble with the Lebanese Army (LA)."
However, Ghosn warned in an interview with "as-Safir" Lebanese newspaper, that "the situation is not reassuring, because the interference of affected sides remains an option."
"This requires the highest degree of vigilance and caution," he added.
Ghosn also reiterated that "the military branch will continue to exercise self-restraint policy, but within the limits."
"It's unacceptable to target the LA or its prestige," he said and pointed out that "this is settled and not to be debated."
The Defense Minister highlighted that "the country has been passing through an abnormal period, which makes it open to all possibilities."
"We hope that all sides respect the LA and refrain from compromising it, because it preserves the security of the whole country and all citizens away from any distinction or discrimination," he told "as-Safir".
Source: as-Safir daily, Translated and Edited by moqawama.org