Jordanian embassy in Khartoum ‘stormed, vandalized’

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Jordan said on Monday that its embassy in Khartoum had been stormed and vandalized.

Without identifying the perpetrators, the Jordanian Foreign Ministry denounced the attack on the embassy headquarters in the Sudanese capital and called for respect for the sanctity of diplomatic missions.

In a statement on Monday, the ministry urged adherence to relevant international laws, chiefly the Vienna Convention on Diplomatic Relations.

Jordan has carried out several evacuation operations from Sudan using military aircraft, transporting around 600 people, including 423 Jordanians, and 153 foreign nationals.

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