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Wednesday , 11/12/2013
PM meets delegation from US RAND Corporation
Cabinet reverses decision to unify wintertime and summertime
Senate president meets Bosnian parliamentary delegation
Foreign Ministry receives credentials of Bulgarian ambassador
Snow expected in the Kingdom
House speaker holds talks with Bosnian counterpart
Royal Court chief receives Bosnian Parliament President
Senate president meets Czech delegation
Jordan disappointed by British verdict against Abu Qatada
Amman Nov. 12 (Petra) -- The Jordanian government on Monday said it was disappointed by a verdict issued in Britain against Omar Mahmoud Othman, better known as Abu Qatada, and not to extradite him to Jordan.
Minister of Justice Ghalib Al Zoubi told Petra that the Jordanian government had provided sufficient guarantees for a fair trial of Abu Qatada if extradited to Jordan, expressing the government's readiness to look into the decision adequately and comprehensively with the British government.
He also expressed Jordan's readiness to work with the British authorities on the next steps.
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12/11/2012 - 06:44:33 PM
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