King Salman receives Cypriot president

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Updated 04 January 2018
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King Salman receives Cypriot president

RIYADH: Saudi King Salman held talks at Al-Yamamah Palace with President Nicos Anastasiades of Cyprus, currently on a visit to the Kingdom.
During the meeting, they discussed bilateral relations between the two countries and ways of enhancing them, in addition to reviewing the latest regional developments.
King Salman and President Anastasiades then witnessed a joint ceremony to sign an agreement, an executive program and a memorandum of understanding (MoU) between the governments of Saudi Arabia and Cyprus.
An agreement was signed to avoid double taxation on income and to prevent tax evasion. It was co-signed by Saudi Minister of Finance Mohammed Al-Jadaan and Cyprus’ Foreign Minister Ioannis Kasoulides.
The executive program was co-signed between the Kingdom’s General Authority of Civil Aviation and the Cypriot Ministry of Transport.
The memorandum of understanding was related to political consultations between the Saudi and Cypriot foreign ministries. It was co-signed by the Minister of State for Foreign Affairs Nizar Madani and Kasoulides.
The ceremony was attended by a number of princes, ministers, civil and military officials and the Saudi ambassador to Greece and Cyprus.
King Salman also held a luncheon in honor of the visiting president and his accompanying delegation.


KSRelief entertains children, orphans’ families in Yemen

The children expressed their happiness to be briefed about their country’s culture. (SPA)
Updated 19 September 2018
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KSRelief entertains children, orphans’ families in Yemen

  • KSRelief is working to rehabilitate 241 children recruited by the terrorist Houthi militias from several Yemeni governorates as part of its humanitarian project, which aims to return 2,000 children in Yemen to their normal lives.

JEDDAH: King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center (KSRelief) has organized an entertainment trip for 26 children formerly recruited by the terrorist Houthi militias. The will be taken to see touristic and historical landmarks in Marib governorate, as part of the center’s rehabilitation program to rehabilitate 80 children.

The children expressed their happiness to be briefed about their country’s culture, where they visited the Throne of Bilqis, the old and new Marib Dam, and saw the flow of water through the irrigation channels extending over Wadi Obeida.

The trip included entertainment activities and sports competitions, which added an atmosphere of fun in order to rid children of the effects of forced recruitment.

KSRelief is working to rehabilitate 241 children recruited by the terrorist Houthi militias from several Yemeni governorates as part of its humanitarian project, which aims to return 2,000 children in Yemen to their normal lives.

The center also organized a day trip in Hadhramaut for 50 families supporting 218 orphans.