KSRelief continues its aid work in Yemen

KSRelief distributed food baskets to the displaced people in Yemen. (SPA)
Updated 28 August 2018
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KSRelief continues its aid work in Yemen

RIYADH: King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center (KSRelief) sent 14 trucks of relief aid goods through Wadiah border to Yemen on Monday.
The aid was aimed for Aden en route to Hodeidah governorate.
The convoy included 10,000 food baskets provided by the Kuwait Red Crescent Society in cooperation with KSRelief in preparation for distributing them to the needy in the region.
The initiative comes within the framework of humanitarian and relief assistance provided for Yemen through the Gulf Aid Coordination Office.
Meanwhile, Dr. Abdullah Al-Rabeeah, adviser to the Royal Court and general supervisor of KSRelief, urged the center’s staff to exert further efforts to assume the proper status among international relief and humanitarian organizations, and to be a pioneer in its field in line with the directives of the Saudi leadership.
Al-Rabeeah looked forward to starting a new phase of integrated humanitarian and relief works to enhance the image of the Kingdom in this field. On Sunday, KSRelief distributed food baskets to the displaced people in Yemen’s Al-Khokha district.


King Salman sends letters to leaders of Egypt, Jordan

Updated 24 min 5 sec ago
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King Salman sends letters to leaders of Egypt, Jordan

  • Both El-Sisi and King Abdullah II conveyed their greetings to King Salman

RIYADH: King Salman sent letters to Egyptian President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi and Jordan's King Abdullah II emphasising the strength of the historic relations between Saudi Arabia and their respective countries.
The king’s letter to El-Sisi stated the Kingdom’s keenness to strengthen strategic cooperation between Saudi Arabia and Egypt on various levels.
The letter to Egypt’s president was delivered as El-Sisi received the Saudi Minister of State for African Affairs Ahmed Abdul Aziz Kattan and Dr. Issam bin Saeed, a state minister and member of the cabinet.
The letter to Jordan was also delivered by the Saudi minister of state for african affairs  who was received by King Abdullah II.
Both El-Sisi and King Abdullah II conveyed their greetings to King Salman.