Two Jordanian citizens, rather than three, were killed and six others wounded in the terrorist attack that took place yesterday night in the Turkish city of Istanbul, the Ministry of Foreign and Expatriate Affairs official spokesperson said.
The ministry spokesperson Sabah Al Rafei said that the third was reported to have Jordanian and Canadian citizenship, but turned out that he is a Canadian residing in Jordan.
She added that a sixth Jordanian who was reported missing was found in a hospital and was reported to be in a critical condition.
The spokesperson said that Jordanians diplomats visited the hospitals were Jordanians were receiving treatment and checked on their conditions. They were reported to be in good to critical condition.
The ministry is still following up with the Turkish authorities to check on the conditions of Jordanian's who were reported missing in Turkey, the official said.
The ministry calls on Jordanian citizens to contact its operations center at: 06/5501444, Ext. 3428; 06/5735166 Jordanian Embassy in Ankara: 00903125011111; 00905301448040; The Jordanian Consul: 00905327720230