Jordanian forces in Haiti peacekeeping mission
A group from Jordan's Special Forces on Thursday departed for Haiti to take part in peace keeping missions under the UN umbrella, <i>Petra</i> reported. Assistant Director of the Public Security Department for Operations and Training, Brigadier General Ali Salameh, called on the group to perform their mission in the "best manner with a view to reflect the bright image that Jordan and its security department enjoys on the world level."
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