The court said in a statement that Hamza, the former heir to the Jordanian throne, will faithfully support King Abdullah II. In the following two days, the authorities restricted the prince’s freedom and accused him of participating in activities that endanger the stability and security of Jordan. .
Earlier on Monday, King Abdullah asked his uncle Prince Hassan to mediate.
After meeting with Hassan, Hamza signed a statement expressing his support and loyalty to his half-brother Abdullah.
Hamza said in a statement: “The interests of the motherland must be put first, and all of us must support the king to protect Jordan and national interests.”
The statement said: “In view of the events of the past two days, I surrendered to King His, and I will continue to help and support His and the Crown Prince.”