KSRelief organizes recreational trip for Yemeni children

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The Houthi terrorists used these children as human shields. (SPA)
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The Houthi terrorists used these children as human shields. (SPA)
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Updated 23 December 2019

KSRelief organizes recreational trip for Yemeni children

  • These children are being rehabilitated under a program initiated by KSRelief

MARIB: The King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center (KSRelief) on Sunday organized a recreational trip in Marib for former child soldiers recruited by the Iranian-backed Houthi militias.
These children are being rehabilitated under a program initiated by KSRelief. The Houthi terrorists used these children as human shields.
Iranian-backed Houthi militias have inflicted great damage to the country’s infrastructure, including the health care sector. To address this issue, KSRelief in coordination with Yemen’s High Relief Committee, representing Yemen’s Ministry of Public Health and Population, has developed a strategic plan to support both the public and private health sectors.
KSRelief provides urgent treatment for wounded and injured Yemenis in their country, and those for whom treatment is not possible in Yemen are transferred to Saudi Arabia and other countries in the region.
The Saudi Development and Reconstruction Program for Yemen (SDRPY) continues to carry out several development projects in Yemen’s Al-Jawf governorate. 


Saudi Arabia urges US to remove Sudan from state sponsors of terrorism list

Updated 22 January 2020

Saudi Arabia urges US to remove Sudan from state sponsors of terrorism list

  • Qattan met with the US special envoy to Sudan Donald Booth in Riyadh and expressed Saudi Arabia’s support for the safety, stability, and people of Sudan

RIYADH: Saudi Arabia’s Minister of State for African Affairs Ahmed bin Abdul Aziz Qattan urged the US on Wednesday to remove Sudan from its state sponsors of terrorism list.
Qattan met with the US special envoy to Sudan Donald Booth in Riyadh and expressed Saudi Arabia’s support for the safety, stability, and people of Sudan.
He also stressed the necessity for the international community to coordinate and cooperate in order to prevent any obstructions to the transitional period and its aims.