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Germany gives 126 Mercedes-Benz vehicles as aid to Jordan

The vehicles are intended to transport security personnel and refugees

Dr Ursula von der Leyen, defence minister of Germany, handing over the vehicles.
Dr Ursula von der Leyen, defence minister of Germany, handing over the vehicles.

The Federal Republic of Germany had handed 126 Mercedes-Benz commercial vehicles over to representatives of the Kingdom of Jordan in Amman.

The 56 Sprinter Transfer 23 minibuses handed over to Jordan are intended to transport security personnel and refugees.

The 20 Zetros 2733 A 6x6 trucks and 50 Zetros 1833 A 4x4 trucks are to be used for the logistics of the Jordanian security agencies when caring for refugees.

 

The Mercedes-Benz Zetros all-wheel drive trucks will safeguard security and supplies for aid centres and the civil war victims constantly arriving from the borders.

The order also includes additional training and service training services in both Jordan and Germany.

The provision of these Mercedes-Benz minibuses and Zetros all-wheel drive trucks is rounded off by a comprehensive package of replacement parts and services.

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