Public security director meets head of UN SAAT in United Nations
Public security director Maj. Gen. Hussein AlHawatmeh met the head of UN SAAT for peacekeeping operations division at United Nations Mr Ata Yanjin who came to Jordan for operational assessment to the Jordanian FPU to be deployed in Congo within the next 90 days. The Jordanian peacekeeping FPU has been selected among other 10 countries for the UN spoken French mission in Congo.
Maj. Gen Al-Hawatmeh stressed that Jordanian participation in the peacekeeping operations inspired by the Royal Vision of His Majesty King Abdullah II and his attitude to participate and contribute to support the international peace and security, and that Jordan is one of the first countries that participated in peacekeeping missions in the United Nations since the beginning of the nineties at the level of police Observers and FPUs, in which Jordan enjoys great respect and appreciation for his role in spreading the principles of peace and justice at the global level which is based on his foreign policy and the respect of human rights.
Public security director added that Jordan will continue to provide support to the United Nations for the success of its humanitarian missions via the high level of police expertise.
For his part, Mr. Ata Yanjin stated that the Jordan participation in the peacekeeping missions is highly appreciated due to the professionalism and discipline that the Jordanians enjoy. The Jordan participation came to boost the achievement of humanitarian purposes of United Nations in the conflict areas around the world, indicating the procedures of public security directorate in the Corona virus outbreak.
Mr. Yanjin added that the operational and tactical readiness of FPU will be assessed in coordination with UN police headquarter, all will be prepared via voice and video connection.
The meeting was attended by the deputy police commissioner of united nation mission in South Sudan D.r Moutasem Al Majali and the assistant of public security director for operations Brig. Tareq Al Habashneh and the director of peace keeping operations department Col. Iyyad Al Jarah.