Saudi Arabia’s aid agency continues to back livestock sector in Syria

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The initiative comes within the latest project implemented by KSRelief, which aims to benefit at least 1,000 families in the area. (SAP)
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The initiative comes within the latest project implemented by KSRelief, which aims to benefit at least 1,000 families in the area. (SAP)
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The initiative comes within the latest project implemented by KSRelief, which aims to benefit at least 1,000 families in the area. (SAP)
Updated 29 December 2018
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Saudi Arabia’s aid agency continues to back livestock sector in Syria

  • The center is carrying out several projects to alleviate the suffering of Yemenis and Syrians without any discrimination

JEDDAH: The King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center (KSRelief) continues to support the livestock sector in several villages in the region of Azaz in northwest Syria, according to officials, since both the agriculture and livestock sectors are key to providing food security and ensuring livelihood for families affected by war.
A technical team from KSRelief earlier toured fields tended by farmers in the village of Al-Hawija in Hama to train them on how to use the agricultural pesticides being delivered to them.
The initiative comes within the latest project implemented by KSRelief, which aims to benefit at least 1,000 families in the area.
The center is carrying out several projects to alleviate the suffering of Yemenis and Syrians without any discrimination. The relief projects include distribution of food, clothing and shelter among the displaced population.
Iraqi Ambassador Qahtan Taha Khalaf, meanwhile, praised KSRelief’s role in helping countries hit by of calamities.
 


King Salman speaks to China’s Xi on the telephone

Updated 20 September 2019

King Salman speaks to China’s Xi on the telephone

  • Xi told King Salman that China condemned an attack on the country’s oil facilities
  • He also called on all parties to avoid taking steps that would escalate the situation

RIYADH: Saudi Arabia’s King Salman spoke to Chinese President Xi Jinping on Friday, Saudi Press Agency reported. 
Xi told King Salman that China condemned the attacks on Aramco oil facilities that took place on Sept. 14 and called on all parties to avoid taking steps that would escalate the situation. 

He added that the attack is a “serious violation of the security and stability of Saudi Arabia,” and that China stands with the Kingdom.

The Chinese president also thanked King Salman for the positive measures Saudi Arabia has taken to ensure the continuation of oil supplies.