Abdullah: Jordan ready to fight against threats from Syria

By REUTERS
June 16, 2013 12:59

 
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AMMAN - Jordan's King Abdullah said on Sunday the kingdom was ready to fight to protect itself against any threat to its security from the escalating conflict in neighboring Syria.

"If the world does not help as it should, and if the matter becomes a danger to our country, we are able at any moment to take the measures to protect the country and the interest of our people," he said.

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