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Bibi Says Relations with Jordan Back on Track, New Envoy to Be Named within Days
Local Editor

"Israeli" Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Friday that relations with Jordan are "back on track", indicating that he will name a new ambassador to Amman in the coming days.

Benjamin Netanyahu

The Zionist entity has not had an ambassador in Jordan since July, when two Jordanians were killed and a Zionist guard was injured at the entity's Amman embassy during an apparent altercation between them, whose details are the subject of disagreement between "Israel" and Jordan. The incident sparked a diplomatic crisis.

Speaking to reporters as he returned to "Israel" following a five-day visit to India, Netanyahu said former ambassador Einat Schlein would be moved to some other post.

"I will decide on the new ambassador soon. I very much appreciate the former ambassador and that will be shown in her next position," he said.

A Jordanian government spokesperson said Thursday evening that he had received from "Israel" an "official memorandum" apologizing for the deaths of the two Jordanians, as well as the killing of a Jordanian judge in a separate incident in 2014.

Shortly afterward, Netanyahu's Office put out a statement announcing that the embassy, which was closed in the wake of July's incident, will reopen.

Source: News Agencies, Edited by website team

20-01-2018 | 13:27


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