Saudi address at nuclear security conference in Japan

Updated 17 December 2012
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Saudi address at nuclear security conference in Japan

Tokyo: Saudi Arabia has called on the international community to pursue practical steps to achieve the highest safety standards, improve the safety of nuclear installations, spread the culture of nuclear safety, revise the standards continuously, and take advantage of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) in setting national security regulations concerning safety, confronting operating incidents and rehabilitating specialized cadres.
In an address at Fukushima Ministerial Nuclear Safety Conference here, the President of King Abdullah City for Atomic and Renewable Energy and Head of the Delegation of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia to the Conference, Dr. Hashim bin Abdullah Yamani stressed the Kingdom’s determination to continue its ambitious program to develop atomic and renewable energy sources to achieve the requirements of the ambitious development in a safe, environmental and economic sustainability.
It is noteworthy that the Fukushima ministerial nuclear safety conference is being held in Japan with the participation of the International Atomic Energy Agency and 120 countries and international organizations.
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KSRelief launches new phases of rehabilitation program for 2,000 child soldiers in Yemen

Updated 22 June 2018
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KSRelief launches new phases of rehabilitation program for 2,000 child soldiers in Yemen

DUBAI: The King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Centre launched on Thursday the fifth and sixth phases of the rehabilitation program for children recruited by the Houthi militias and forced into the armed conflict.

The two phases aim to rehabilitate 80 child soldiers from different governorates of Yemen, Saudi press agency SPA reported.

The previous stages carried out by the center targeted the recruits from the governorates of Amran, Al-Jawf, Marib and other governorates, where they were rehabilitated and integrated into society.

The project aims to rehabilitate 2,000 child soldiers.