If it were not clear enough that UNSC Resolution 1701 is meant as an enforcement mechanism for Resolution 1559, the comments below should make it clear. One can expect sustained pressure on Lebanon and Hizballah regarding disarmament.
Of course, disarmament will not happen. Thus, the lack of disarmament of Hizballah will likely be used a pretext for pressure, and eventually attacks, on Iran and Syria. The Bush and Olmert administrations have been very vocal about these two countries and their being the "root cause" of violence in the region.
From the Jerusalem Post:
"'The resolution is clear that Hizbullah needs to be removed from the border area, embargoed and dismantled," the official said. "If the resolution is not implemented, we will have to take action to prevent the rearming of Hizbullah. I don't think backtracking will serve any useful purpose. There has to be pressure on Hizbullah to disarm or there will have to be another round.'
Foreign Minister Tzipi Livni is expected to raise the issue when she meets in New York on Wednesday with UN Secretary-General Kofi Annan.
Annan angered Israeli officials when he told Channel 2 on Tuesday that 'dismantling Hizbullah is not the direct mandate of the UN,' which could only help Lebanon disarm the organization. Annan upset officials further when he said that deploying international forces in Lebanon would take 'weeks or months,' and not days as expected.
Israeli officials said the IDF would not complete its withdrawal from southern Lebanon until the international force was deployed - even if it took months - to prevent a vacuum in Lebanon that could endanger Israeli civilians. An official in the Prime Minister's Office accused Annan of having an anti-Israel agenda."
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