The Parliamentary Foreign Affairs Committee in Jordan’s Lower House Friday condemned the attack and vandalism of the Jordanian ambassador’s residence in Sudan’s Khartoum. In a statement, the Committee noted the need to uphold the rules of international law and relevant international conventions, especially the Vienna Convention, following an attack on the Jordanian ambassador’s residence in troubled Khartoum. The envoy and his family were not present in their house at the time of the attack. The President of the Committee, MP Khaldoun Hina, denounced “all forms” of violence and vandalism, especially those attacks against diplomats and diplomatic missions.
Source: Jordan News Agency