publish date 2022-03-05 17:56:20
In response to the inquiries of the “Akhbar Al-Jordan” online newspaper, about the Ukrainian forces’ detention of more than 7,500 foreigners as hostages, including 245 Jordanians, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Diaspora Affairs confirmed, through its spokesperson, Ambassador Haitham Abu Al-Ful, that most of the Jordanians present in the Ukrainian city of Kharkov, were able to: They left during the past few days, and they reached the borders of western Ukraine.
Abu al-Ful stressed that the ministry continues to make unremitting efforts with all parties and continues its contacts with the relevant international organizations to secure a safe passage for the 145 Jordanians in Sumy, and the ministry, through its embassies in Moscow and Ankara, continues to conduct intensive diplomatic contacts about finding safe passages for their exit from the city. City.
And the Russian Defense Ministry revealed, according to a press report broadcast by the Russian “TASS” agency today, Saturday, that the head of the National Defense Command Center, Mikhail Mizintsev, confirmed that the Ukrainian forces are forcibly holding thousands of foreign citizens “hostages” in various Ukrainian cities.
He added that in the city of Kharkov there are 3,189 Indians, 2,700 Vietnamese, 200 Jordanians, and 30 Egyptians, and in the city of Sumy, there are 576 Indians, 121 Chinese, 100 Ghanaians, 60 Egyptians, and 45 Jordanians.
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