Siniora also said that drones were spotted in Lebanese airspace at the time of the detonations – another violation of the resolution.
Hezbollah's commander in south Lebanon, Nabil Kaouk said that "Israel's repeated threats and violations prove it is a danger to Lebanon."
Speaking at the town of Aita al-Shaab, he added: "The 6,000 violations of international decision and Lebanon's sovereignty by Israel have yet to prompt the UN Security Council to call even one meeting. Lebanon's term in the Security Council will allow it to thwart Israel's violations before they become a matter of fact."
Meanwhile, the UNIFIL peacekeeping force began investigating the incident, saying initial findings indicated the detonations were triggered by underground sensor devices, apparently planted during the Second Lebanon War in 2006.