Jordan doesn’t want terrorist organizations or sectarian militias on its borders
Amman, The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Expatiates spokesman Ambassador, Mohammad al-Kayed, said that Jordan does not want terrorist organizations or sectarian militias on its borders, and will take all necessary steps to protect its security and interests.
Al-Kayed stressed that de-escalation zone in southern Syria came to end the bloodshed in the neighboring country.
He added that the zone also came as a move towards a blanket ceasefire on the Syrian territories, which preserves Syria’s unity.
Al-Kayed told Petra that convoys crossing the borders with Syria are affiliated to the U.N. and under its bodies supervision.
” Through the Amman Centre for Ceasefire Control in southern Syria the Russians were informed of violations and movements by terrorists in southern Syria”, al-Kayed said.
He stressed that Jordan continues to work with the United States, Russia and all concerned countries to reach a political solution to end the Syria crisis on the basis of the UN resolution 2254.
Source: Jordan News Agency