The President of national commission for the implementation of international humanitarian law lectures at the Royal Jordanian National Defense College


he President of Jordanian National Commission the implementation of international humanitarian law (NISC) Retired, Lt. Gen. Maamoun Al-Khasawneh, gave a lecture at the Royal Jordanian National Defense College on Wednesday entitled "International Humanitarian Law and Human Rights" for scholars at the 18th Defense Course. "International humanitarian law is defined as the applicable law in armed conflicts and the international set of rules represents the Convention and customary, which is intended to resolve humanitarian problems directly resulting from international or non-international armed conflicts, pointing out that international humanitarian law and human rights have become very important today, both at the local level and internationally, at a time when the role of international humanitarian law is growing, especially in light of the serious events and upheavals that our region is experiencing, particularly in the light of serious events and upheavals that have been adversely affected by the events and upheavals of our region. People's lives in terms of categories covered by the provisions of this Act. He stressed that Jordan had recognized from the early age the importance of this law, which had been developed as a set of rules aimed at minimizing the effects of armed conflict on civilians who did not participate in or stopped participating in the fighting, and the scope of its conventions and protocols covered many topics such as the protection of wounded, sick, civilians, prisoners of war and some property, as well as the restriction or prohibition of certain means and methods of combat. Al-Khasawneh pointed out that the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan, in compliance with the international humanitarian law agreements that it has ratified, which reached sixteen conventions and treaties, has established mechanisms for its application at the national level, where the Jordanian National Commission for the Implementation of International Humanitarian Law was formed under Law No. 5 of 2016 for the purposes of implementing the rules of this law at the national level, in addition to others participating in cooperation with the Commission with the intention of publishing international humanitarian law, represented by the National Assembly of the Jordanian Red Crescent, the Jordanian Armed Civil Defense And the National Civil Defense Authority of Jordan and the National Civil Defence Force of Jordan and the Removal Of The National Civil Defence Authority. Mines, rehabilitation and many other ministries, universities, civil society institutions and human rights organizations. At the end of the lecture the lecturer answered all the questions of the audience