|Friday, June 29,|
The Jordanian Foreign Minister, Ayman Safadi , that the number of refugees reached the maximum, which can be received by his country, noting that the United Nationscan now work within Syria to resolve the crisis.
The foreign minister told a news conference after meeting with UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterich on Thursday that Jordan was in constant contact to stop fighting in southern Syria.
The Jordanian Foreign Minister affirmed that the ceasefire, the protection of civilians and the provision of support and support to them in their country is a priority, which Jordan is working to achieve through its contacts with various actors.
He called on the international community and international organizations not to press Jordan on the Syrian refugees on the border between the two countries.
Safadi said in his Twitter page that about 1.3 million Syrians are in Jordan, that Amman is coordinating with the United Nations to deal with the situation in southern Syria, to stop fighting, protect civilians and get all the necessary assistance to the Syrians there.
The Jordanian foreign minister is due to visit Moscow on July 4 for talks with his Russian counterpart Sergey Lavrov on the "reduction of escalation" area in southern Syria and the Palestinian-Israeli peace process.