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Assad Ambassador to Jordan is not welcome

Local | 2013-06-06 00:00:00
Assad Ambassador to Jordan is not welcome
   Suleiman Has exceeded all diplomatic norms as Ambassador
 Jordanian Foreign Minister, Nasser Judeh, said on Thursday, that the Syrian ambassador to Amman, Bahjat Suleiman has exceeded all diplomatic norms and practices which is supposed to represent his country's policy, according to Petra agency news.

 Al-judeh said he had been warning the ambassador of continuing these actions like statements, press releases, comments and articles, including Social Media, especially the frequent abuse to the institutions of civil and military Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan, which harms the state that hosted and embraced hundreds of thousands of citizens of his country in the cities and villages and refugee camps.   The ambassador, who seems he lacks the minimum work requirements and established diplomatic representation in other countries.

  Jordainid FM assured that is the final warning to Ambassador Suleiman to comply with the rules of diplomatic work and to refrain from any meetings, actions and statements that will affect Jordan with all its components and its constitutional institutions, otherwise he will be considered as a persona non grata on Jordanian territory.

 Lt. Gen. Bahjat Suleiman was the chief for the internal security forces in the Syrian General Intelligence Department ( state security ) to the general headquarters, seven years after assuming this post.

  

Zaman Alwasl
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