Jordan summons Israeli Charge d'Affaires to protest attacks in Jerusalem


NNA – Jordanian Foreign Minister Ayman Al-Safadi announced today that his country will summon the Israeli Chargé d'Affaires in Amman to inform him of the Kingdom's condemnation of the violence in and around Al-Aqsa Mosque in Jerusalem.

Addressing the parliament council, Al-Safadi said: "We summoned the Israeli ambassador and he was not in Amman. Today there will be a summons to the charge d'affaires in order to inform him of the Kingdom's strict and clear message that we had announced and conveyed through other diplomatic means in public, in which we condemn these actions, and in which we demand the immediate cessation of these measures, and in which hold Israel, as the occupying power, responsible for everything that is happening.”

"Today, I will meet with the ambassadors of the European Union countries in Amman to deliver the same message," he added.

Al-Safadi explained that "the Kingdom's ambassadors in all capitals of the world are moving and conveying this Jordanian position, warning the international community that if Israel does not stop these illegal measures and does not cease its violations of the Temple Mount, it will bear the responsibility for the explosion that will inevitably occur since no one will accept such an attack on Al-Aqsa Mosque."



تابعوا أخبار الوكالة الوطنية للاعلام عبر أثير إذاعة لبنان على الموجات 98.5 و98.1 و96.2 FM

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