An Israeli delegation will have a second look at videotapes and related items that could shed light on the condition of three Israeli soldiers abducted on the Israeli-Lebanese border last year, a United Nations spokesman said today.
On a visit to United Nations Headquarters in New York today, an Israeli delegation viewed two videotapes and related items that could provide clues about the condition of the three Israeli soldiers abducted on the Israeli-Lebanese border last October.
A high-level military delegation from Israel today met with senior United Nations officials to discuss issues surrounding the videotape made last October by UN peacekeepers in Lebanon, shortly after three Israeli soldiers had been abducted by the Hizbollah.
Making public the findings of an internal probe into the handling of a videotape filmed by United Nations peacekeepers in Lebanon in the wake of the abduction of three Israeli soldiers by the Hizbollah, Secretary-General Kofi Annan today expressed regret over "serious errors of judgement" by UN officials and pledged to take steps to preclude breakdowns in communications within the UN chain of command.
The United Nations Secretary-General, Kofi Annan, has completed his review of a report concerning the UN's handling of a videotape that may relate to last year's kidnapping of three Israeli soldiers by Hizbollah, his spokesman said today.
A senior United Nations official has completed his investigation into the handling of a controversial videotape that may relate to last year's kidnapping of three Israeli soldiers by Hizbollah, a UN spokesman announced today.
A United Nations spokesman confirmed today that Secretary-General Kofi Annan has ordered an internal investigation into the facts surrounding the handling of a videotape filmed last year by members of the UN Interim Force in Lebanon (UNIFIL) a few hours after an attack across the Blue Line in which three Israeli Defence Force soldiers had been taken captive by the Hizbollah.
The United Nations is studying a request by Israel for the unedited version of a videotape sought in connection with the abduction of three Israeli soldiers last year, a spokesman for the world body said today, adding that the UN maintained its offer to show an edited version of the recording.
A senior United Nations official said today that the UN would provide Israel and Lebanon with the opportunity to view a videotape sought by the Israeli authorities in connection with the abduction of three Israeli soldiers last year.