Jordan Foreign Ministry: Company Involved In Arms Transport To Libya Is Not Jordanian And Not Registered In Jordan

Amman- A Jordanian Foreign Ministry Spokesman ‘Dheif Allah Al Fayez said on Wednesday the Med Wave company, on which the European Union imposed sanctions for its role in violating arms embargo on Libya, was neither a Jordanian company nor registered in Jordan. Relevant bodies have unveiled the place, claimed to be the premises of the company according to UN documents, and became clear that there was no existence to the company at that venue, and that the place was used as offices for another company which did not use them, and was a limited company closed since 2013. The was owned by two persons, one Jordanian and the other of an Aran nationality who was declared bankruptcy and who was subject to financial claims and court rulings in Jordan Dhaif Allah said. He said his country’s position to the Libyan crisis was clear, that it supported a political solution through talks between Libyan parties in accordance with adopted references and in way that protects Libya’s integrity.


Source: Libya News Agency

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