A new increase in the budget of flood victims in Jordan

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"The board of the National Center for Security and Crisis Management decided to be in constant session to monitor the prevailing meteorological situation and evacuation and tracking operations," said Jumana Ghneimat, Minister of Information of the Jordanian government.

Ghunaimat said that the meeting chaired by Prime Minister Omar al-Razzaz, in the presence of a number of ministers and leaders of the bodies involved, "is following current procedures in the field in search of the rest of the missing and expulsion and accommodation ".

He also stressed that the efforts of various ministries, institutions and agencies continue in various regions of the Kingdom.

Heavy rains hit areas of Jordan on Friday after heavy rains.

Rescue teams continue to look for missing persons under a state of emergency, in which thousands of residents have been evacuated and the study suspended in the Kingdom.

Ghunimat explained that the government has returned more than 3,700 tourists from the city of Petra on Friday, fearing flooding, indicating the cessation of all travel in tourist and archaeological areas until the stability of time.

The authorities have declared a state of emergency in the port of Aqaba, in southern Jordan, while floods have closed the main highway that connects Oman to the south of the country.

On Saturday, the government announced the closure of universities and schools and mosques were opened to house civilians in the affected areas.

A statement issued by the Directorate General of Civil Protection in Jordan that "thousands have been insured and transferred to safe areas in Wadi Musa, Dabaa and Jafar through rescue teams".

The statement added that "more than 500 civil protection panels participate in the research and support of the armed forces and the gendarmerie and public security, in the Melih area, in search of missing people".

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"The board of the National Center for Security and Crisis Management decided to be in constant session to monitor the prevailing meteorological situation and evacuation and tracking operations," said Jumana Ghneimat, Minister of Information of the Jordanian government.

Ghunaimat said that the meeting chaired by Prime Minister Omar al-Razzaz, in the presence of a number of ministers and leaders of the bodies involved, "is following current procedures in the field in search of the rest of the missing and expulsion and accommodation ".

He also stressed that the efforts of various ministries, institutions and agencies continue in various regions of the Kingdom.

Heavy rains hit areas of Jordan on Friday after heavy rains.

Rescue teams continue to look for missing persons under a state of emergency, in which thousands of residents have been evacuated and the study suspended in the Kingdom.

Ghunimat explained that the government has returned more than 3,700 tourists from the city of Petra on Friday, fearing flooding, indicating the cessation of all travel in tourist and archaeological areas until the stability of time.

The authorities have declared a state of emergency in the port of Aqaba, in southern Jordan, while floods have closed the main highway that connects Oman to the south of the country.

On Saturday, the government announced the closure of universities and schools and mosques were opened to house civilians in the affected areas.

A statement issued by the Directorate General of Civil Protection in Jordan that "thousands have been insured and transferred to safe areas in Wadi Musa, Dabaa and Jafar through rescue teams".

The statement added that "more than 500 civil protection panels participate in the research and support of the armed forces and the gendarmerie and public security, in the Melih area, in search of missing people".

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