The Israeli bombing attack which killed more than 50 people on Sunday received strong words from the Danish foreign minister, Per Stig Møller.
'I'm appalled by the Israeli bombing of Qana and the meaningless loss of human lives we have seen. It's completely unacceptable. Our thoughts and sympathies go out to the families involved and to the civilians caught up in the conflict,' said Møller.
He called on the UN's Security Council to enact a resolution which would make it possible to deploy an international force in the area 'to protect both Lebanon and Israel from the Hezbollah militia which started the crisis, because it does not want peace, but thrives in war.'
Møller warned Israel that in contrast to its intentions of weakening Hezbollah, it was strengthening Hezbollah and weakening Lebanon.