They stab three Spanish-speaking tourists, a guide and a security guard

Three Spanish-speaking tourists, a guide and a security guard have suffered minor injuries from multiple stabbing perpetrated on Wednesday in the vicinity of the Roman ruins of Gerasa, located in northwestern Jordan, according to security sources cited by the Reuters news agency. .

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs, EU and Cooperation of Spain has assured that, according to preliminary information, the victims of multiple stabbing perpetrated this Wednesday next to the Roman ruins of Gerasa, in northwestern Jordan, They would not have Spanish nationality.

A source of the security services cited by the Reuters agency had initially claimed that three Spanish tourists had been stabbed with a guide and a security guard. Sources cited by the state newspaper ‘Al Rai’ have assured that the victims They have Mexican nationality.

A spokesman for the security services cited by local media has confirmed the arrest of a suspect for the assault, which would have aimed at tourists and their guide. The guard has allegedly been injured when he has come to the scene to try to stop the aggressor.

The Spanish Ministry of Foreign Affairs, EU and Cooperation has no confirmation at the moment about the nationality of the victims.