Gault, who has triplets, was convicted in March 2003 after being found guilty of conspiring with her fireman lover, Gordon Graham, to murder her husband, Paul.
The latter was found battered to death with a hockey stick at his home in Lisburn.
The statement added: "The president and board of the Jordan Paralympic Committee wish to convey their deep sense of regret and shock at the charges that have been lodged against three members of the Jordanian Paralympic team in Belfast, Northern Ireland.
However, a spokesman added: "They (the prison officers) received letters last week that the Prison Service is minded to dismiss them but they have the opportunity to make representations before any final decisions are made." One prison officer was suspended over a suspected affair with Lesley Gault, 36, nicknamed the "Black Widow", it was reported last month.
The relationship was uncovered after love letters, underwear, stockings and a mobile phone were found in the married senior prison officer's locker.
Two wheelchair-using powerlifters – one a bronze medal winner at the Beijing Games – and a trainer have been accused of a series of charges, including sexual assault and voyeurism, following complaints by two girls and two women in Antrim, Belfast where Jordan's squad was one of several national teams training before the Paralympics.
Powerlifter Omar Sami Qaradhi, 31, faces three charges of sexual assault, two against a child, and one of voyeurism after allegedly entering a women's changing room at the Antrim Forum leisure centre.
The other, a woman warder, was accused of having sex with a former Loyalist Volunteer Force paramilitary boss.