Jordanian Embassy in Kazakhstan contacted with 200 Jordanian students

Picture taken on January 7, 2022 shows burn-out fire engines in central Almaty, after violence that erupted following protests over hikes in fuel prices. Kazakhstan's president on January 7 rejected calls for talks with protesters after days of unprecedented unrest. (Photo: AFP)
AMMAN — The Jordanian embassy in Kazakhstan was able to communicate with 200 Jordanian students on Thursday and Friday through landline phones due to internet outages, according to the spokesman for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Expatriates Affairs, Haitham Abu Al-Ful on Friday.اضافة اعلان

Abu Al-Foul confirmed that the Ministry is following uo, through the Jordanian embassy in Kazakhstan on the situation of Jordanians  in the Central Asian republic, which has been witnessing turmoil since last Sunday, against the background of the rise in gas prices, according to Al-Mamlaka TV.

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs renewed its call on Jordanians in Kazakhstan to "stay away from gatherings and to exercise caution" while "adhering to the curfew in Kazakhstan for the periods announced by the official authorities."

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