DiplomaticQuarter: Czech envoy in talks on Saudi relief work

Riyadh Gov. Prince Faisal bin Bandar meets Czech Ambassador to Saudi Arabia Juraj Koudelka on Tuesday. (SPA)
Updated 13 March 2019
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DiplomaticQuarter: Czech envoy in talks on Saudi relief work

  • The Czech envoy praised KSRelief’s work and support for crisis-affected countries and people worldwide

RIYADH: The Czech ambassador to Saudi Arabia, Juraj Koudelka, met with the governor of the Riyadh region, Prince Faisal bin Bandar, and supervisor general of the King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center (KSRelief), Dr. Abdullah Al-Rabeeah, to discuss issues of common interest focusing on relief work.

Prince Faisal welcomed the Czech envoy on Tuesday for talks on strengthening bilateral relations, the Saudi Press Agency reported.

The Czech envoy also met the KSRelief supervisor-general recently at the center’s headquarters in Riyadh.

During the key meeting the two men discussed details of relief programs being carried out in various countries by KSRelief. Koudelka was also told about the center’s extensive relief and humanitarian work in 43 countries.

The Czech envoy praised KSRelief’s work and support for crisis-affected countries and people worldwide.

He was also briefed about Saudi Vision 2030 and its focus on building the Kingdom’s humanitarian and volunteer programs.

The Czech Republic and Saudi Arabia have close ties in sectors including construction, defense, agriculture, health and rehabilitation, railway transport, integrated urban transport and education.


Saudi Arabia’s KSRelief orphan project honors mothers

We aim to honor mothers to promote the value and righteousness of all mothers in the hearts of children, as they are one of the virtues of the true religion, said Imane Al-Zubairi. (SPA)
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Saudi Arabia’s KSRelief orphan project honors mothers

  • The “You Are Not Alone” project targets 420 orphans by providing them with protection, food, shelter, education and health services

MARIB: In Marib, 180 orphans presented symbolic gifts to their mothers on Saturday as part of the King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center (KSRelief) “You Are Not Alone” project, aimed at protecting orphans’ families in Yemen.
The event was dedicated to orphans participating in the project in the governorates of Marib, Al-Bayda and Sanaa.
“This event celebrates the mothers to highlight their important social status and symbolism in every family and society,” said Imane Al-Zubairi, the project manager.
She added: “We aim to honor mothers to promote the value and righteousness of all mothers in the hearts of children, as they are one of the virtues of the true religion.”
The “You Are Not Alone” project targets 420 orphans by providing them with protection, food, shelter, education and health services.
Meanwhile, the center also distributed 1,200 food baskets, benefiting 7,200 people, as part of a project to distribute 102,170 food baskets, targeting nine Yemeni governorates.
This assistance comes within the framework of the humanitarian projects, provided by the Kingdom for the Yemeni people, which has so far reached 330 projects.