Riyadh condemns “terrorist attack” on Jordanian intelligence's office

RIYADH, June 6 (KUNA) — Saudi Arabia expressed on Monday its strong condemnation and denouncement of the “terrorist attack”, which hit Jordanian intelligence’s office near Al Baqa’a refugee camp on the outskirts of the Jordanian capital and killed five officers.
In a press statement, Saudi Foreign Ministry stressed the Kingdom’s full solidarity and standing with Jordan in the face of terrorism in its forms.
Meanwhile, the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) also condemned on Monday the attack on Jordanian intelligence’s office.
Secretary General of OIC Iyad Amin Madani expressed his denouncement of this “heinous act of terrorism” against those who devoted their lives to the safety of citizens.
He expressed his sincere condolences to Jordan, the King, government, people and the families of victims.
He renewed the firm stance of OIC that condemns terrorism in all its forms.
Jordanian Minister of State for Media Affairs and Communication Mohammad Al-Mo’mani announced that at least five people were killed in the attack occured earlier today. (end) yms.hm