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    Jordan: Israel officially apologizes for embassy incident

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    Post by Rocky Fri 19 Jan 2018, 1:55 am

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    Jordanian Information Minister Mohammad Al-Momani said that the Israeli government expressed its regret and official remorse for the Israeli Embassy in Amman, adding that it pledged to follow up the legal procedures related to the incident and compensate the families of the victims.
    The Jordanian news agency "Petra" quoted the Jordanian minister as saying that "the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Affairs of the Jordanian expatriates received an official memorandum from the Israeli Foreign Ministry expressing the Israeli government's regret and deep regret over the incident of the Israeli embassy in Amman in July last year. The martyrdom of two Jordanian citizens as well as the incident of the death of the Jordanian judge Zwaiter.
    He added that "the Israeli government has solemnly committed through the memorandum to implement and follow-up legal proceedings relating to the incident of the Israeli Embassy in Amman and pledged to provide compensation to the families of the three martyrs."
    He continued: "The memorandum referred to the contents of the case of the Israeli embassy incident presented by the Jordanian government, stressing the keenness of the Israeli government to resume cooperation with the Government of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan and keen on this relationship and its efforts to end and settle these files.
    He added that "the Jordanian government will take appropriate measures in accordance with the supreme national interests in the light of the Israeli memorandum, especially as it included responding to all the conditions set by the government after the embassy incident in order to return the ambassador, including all legal procedures." The government continued with the families of the three martyrs, Their consent to accept regret and compensation ". C




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