AMMAN (Reuters) – The Jordanian army has provided humanitarian aid to thousands of displaced Syrians who sought protection near their border when major fighting broke out in southern Syria this month, a government spokeswoman said Saturday.
in line with Jordan's attitude of helping our Syrian brothers, "said Jumana Ghunaimat to the state news agency.
On Saturday, several thousand Syrians had gathered near a border crossing to enter Jordan, which was named after the Launch of the Syrian army's borders closed a major offensive this month, which upset tens of thousands of people.
Social media footage showed large crowds of civilians, many children and women crowded in front of Jordanian troops and tanks along the heavy
Tens of thousands of the more than 160,000 civilians displaced by UN information have given up on entering Jordan, and instead have gone west towards Israel (19659006) in the city of Deraa fierce fighting took place in which rebels control the border with Jordan and several m RSER have fallen on Jordanian territory, but no casualties were reported.
Public pressure on Jordan fuels restrictions on the entry of refugees, where some have criticized the Kingdom's attitude towards Syrians, many of whom are closely related to Jordanian borderers
"We continue to do everything we can to Helping civilians in the south on their land We are moving in all directions to stop and protect the civilian population, "Foreign Minister Ayman Safadi tweeted on Saturday.
(The story was re-tried in the last paragraph to correct a typo)
(Report by Suleiman Al-Khalidi, Editing by Robin Pomeroy and Alison Williams