Saudi Arabia delivers medical aid to Syrian refugees

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Saudi humanitarian aid center distributed medicines among Syrian refugees in Jordan. (SPA)
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Saudi humanitarian aid center distributed medicines among Syrian refugees in Jordan. (SPA)
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Saudi humanitarian aid center distributed medicines among Syrian refugees in Jordan. (SPA)
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Saudi humanitarian aid center distributed medicines among Syrian refugees in Jordan. (SPA)
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Saudi humanitarian aid center distributed medicines among Syrian refugees in Jordan. (SPA)
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Updated 30 March 2020

Saudi Arabia delivers medical aid to Syrian refugees

  • Saudi Arabia’s foreign aid efforts have always been on the rise until they hit a record in the last few years

RIYADH: The King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center distributed medicines among Syrian refugees in Zaatari camp in Jordan. The medical aid was also provided to 840 patients suffering from chronic diseases.  The aid delivery came in cooperation with the Jordanian Ministry of Health and UN High Commissioner for Refugees.
The Kingdom’s foreign aid efforts have always been on the rise until they hit a record in the last few years, with the volume of Saudi aid, provided impartially to 81 countries, exceeding $86 billion between 1996 and 2018.  


Saudi Arabia repatriation flights from US cities, Beirut bring home nationals

Updated 05 June 2020

Saudi Arabia repatriation flights from US cities, Beirut bring home nationals

  • Flights from Washington and Houston arrived at King Khalid International Airport in Riyadh

DUBAI: Four more repatriation flights arrived in Saudi Arabia as part of the Kingdom’s efforts to bring back stranded citizens from coronavirus hotspots, state news agency SPA reported.
Flights from Washington and Houston arrived at King Khalid International Airport in Riyadh while another two landed in King Abdulaziz International Airport in Jeddah, bringing Saudi nationals from New York and Beirut.
All precautionary measures to contain the coronavirus spread were taken to ensure the safety of passengers, who would also be in isolation for 14 days.