Hassan Nasrallah says Hezbollah will end an “exceptional” mobilization against Israel after threatening to attack for months.
“All the exceptional and special measures and mobilization carried out by the resistance for several months are now declared over,” Nasrallah said in a televised speech, calling the agreement a “very big victory for Lebanon and its state, people, and resistance.”
“Our mission is complete,” Nasrallah said, adding that the deal “is not an international treaty and it is not a recognition of Israel.”
“Israel received no security guarantees,” the Hezbollah leader stressed.
Responding to domestic criticism about the deal, Nasrallah said: “It seems that some in the country have been shocked and surprised and they are voicing incomprehensible words.”
He added: “What happened in Naoura is not normalization with Israel and Israel received no security guarantees.”