Arab Coalition led by KSA receives thanks from Al-Balsam

Updated 27 May 2018
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Arab Coalition led by KSA receives thanks from Al-Balsam

  • Al-Balsam International Organization aims to perform 10 open heart surgeries
  • Saudi Arabia to grant permits to international humanitarian organizations and associations and facilitate their entry into Yemeni territories

JEDDAH: Executive Director of Al-Balsam International Organization Dr. Emad bin Abdullah Bukhari has extended thanks to the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman and the Crown Prince for their efforts in facilitating the mission of the humanitarian organization in Yemen.
He appreciated the logistical support provided by the Arab Coalition forces led by Saudi Arabia.
During its current visit, Al-Balsam International Organization aims to perform 10 open heart surgeries and 90 interventional therapeutic catheterizations as well as to examine and treat 200 people in radiology clinics and departments.
This came after the positive results achieved by Al-Balsam in the successful treatment of heart patients in Yemen (Mukalla) during May and its conducting many heart surgeries for some patients in need, including (12) open heart surgery and (125) catheterization for adults and adults.
It also came at the request of the Yemeni Ministry of Health and Population, based on a request from Nabd El Hayat Center located in the city of Mukalla on the need for urgent surgeries for other numbers of heart patients in need.
The provision of logistical support needed by Al-Balsam International Organization comes as a continuation of the ongoing efforts of the Arab Coalition led by the Kingdom to grant permits to international humanitarian organizations and associations and facilitate their entry into Yemeni territories.
It also comes within the comprehensive humanitarian operations plan of Arab Coalition Forces in Yemen to alleviate Yemeni people’s suffering due to the war being waged against them by Iranian-backed Al-Houthi militias.


Saudi crown prince to inaugurate energy park on Monday

The crown prince will inaugurate the 50-square-kilometer project on Monday. (Saudi Aramco)
Updated 09 December 2018
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Saudi crown prince to inaugurate energy park on Monday

  • SPARK is a mega project designed to position the Kingdom as a global energy hub

JEDDAH: Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman is to launch a recently announced energy park in the east of the country.
The King Salman Energy Park, known as SPARK, is a mega project designed to position the Kingdom as a global energy hub.
The crown prince will inaugurate the 50-square-kilometer project on Monday, which will be constructed between Dammam and Al-Hasa in the heart of the Saudi energy business.
SPARK, which was announced by Saudi Aramco on Thursday and due to be completed in 2035, is expected to support and increase the security of energy supplies that will be offered at competitive prices.