Most likely not. The negotiations are still ongoing but the mood is getting more and more gloomy. There have been a serious of issues. Last week the support of the operations in Iraq was challenged to be politically unsound. But the current issue is the departure of the Dutch military units in Uruzgan - Aghanistan. http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424052748703315004575073394281448752.html There is a complex set of arguments for either point of view. However the firm deal had been to go and recuperate the troops, giving the armed forces some air. So some political leaders insist that the deal is kept and that redrawal as per plan is in order. To some this may seem a weak argument, however in the past similar political problems have arisen in a mission with an open end (Bosnia) which fueled the position that every mission should have a clear termination date, before commitment.