Jordan receives donation of APCs from Qatar
The Jordan Armed Forces-Arab Army (JAF) has received eight APCs which were donated by Qatar to reflect the strengthening of Jordanian-Qatari relations and to enhance bilateral military cooperation.
They include the Nomad and Thunder MRAP vehicles.
The Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, Major General Yousef Huneiti attended a ceremony in Amman alongside Qatar’s Ambassador to Jordan, Sheikh Saud Bin Nasser Bin Jassim Al Thani.
The delivery is part of a wider package which will see a total of 44 APCs provided to the JAF.
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