Jordan reveals the number and places of the past in one of its regions[/size] Twilight News
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The Jordanian Army, through Brig. Khalid Al-Masaid, the expected number of elements belonging to the Daash in the area of Yarmouk basin in southern Syria.
"Our northern border is safe and fully controlled by the border guards, the various military formations and the security services operating in the field," said Masaid, who is the commander of the northern military zone in the Jordanian army.
"The armed forces are capable of protecting the country and its borders from any presumed attack, and from any point of view," the official Petra news agency reported.
He added that "the elements of the Da'ash terrorist gang located in the area of the Yarmouk basin have significantly decreased their numbers, and currently range between 1000 to 1500 elements."
He pointed out in the same context that "they (urge) in the range of fire of our weapons in the event of a threat to Jordan's security and stability."
He noted that their danger "is fading in this region through internal military understandings or solutions."
He said that their positions "are known and monitored by us, but to date there has been no clash of the armed forces with any organization within Syrian territory."
The elements in the al-Masa'id talk belong to the "Khalid bin al-Walid army" which is loyal to the state organization, which has not officially announced its sale to the organization.
As for the missiles that fell inside the Kingdom of the Kingdom, Al-Masa'id pointed out that it was "random and unintended, because of the intensification of fighting between the forces of the regime and the opposition."
In this regard, he said that "the armed forces have sufficient and high capabilities to determine their source and response, but they have exercised restraint, and did not result in any human casualties."
On Saturday, Masaid announced the return of all Syrian refugees on the border of the kingdom to their country after the end of the crisis in southern Syria.
Al-Masa'id pointed to the end of the crisis of the displaced from the Syrian south on the border with Jordan, which reached about 100 thousand displaced people.