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Video .. Attack on Jordanian and Arab engineers in Kazakhstan and the Jordanian Foreign Ministry issued a statement

Video .. Attack on Jordanian and Arab engineers in Kazakhstan and the Jordanian Foreign Ministry issued a statement

Jordanian Foreign Ministry Spokesman Sufian Al-Qudah said that the ministry is following through the embassy in Nur Sultan the attack on a group of Arab engineers, including Jordanians in Kazakhstan.

The judges said on Saturday that the Jordanian ambassador to Kazakhstan, since the news of the attack that took place in the camp of the United Contractors Company (CCC) in the city of Tengiz, which is about 2200 km from the capital, Sultan Sultan, formally requested the competent authorities in Kazakhstan to take All necessary measures to provide immediate security protection for Jordanian citizens there.

The spokesman confirmed that the authorities there responded to the request of the Jordanian embassy, ​​and that things are under the control of security, pointing out that it has been working to move all citizens from that region to the area of ​​Atrao near the center of the province.

According to the Jordanian website "Khibrani" that the Foreign Ministry revealed Saturday, the cause of the attack on Jordanian engineers, working in Kazakhstan.

An official at the foreign ministry told Khubrani that the attack followed a dispute between an Arab engineer and another local resident of Tengiz, Kazakhstan.

He explained that the personal dispute, developed into an attack by the local population on all Arab engineers.

Source: RT + site "Khubrani"

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