Saudi Arabia pledges $2.66m worth of aid to Palestine as coronavirus relief

Saudi Arabia pledges $2.66m worth of aid to Palestine as coronavirus relief
The aid comes as the country has repeatedly emphasized the importance of cooperation against the pandemic. (File/AFP)
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Updated 02 May 2020

Saudi Arabia pledges $2.66m worth of aid to Palestine as coronavirus relief

Saudi Arabia pledges $2.66m worth of aid to Palestine as coronavirus relief
  • The $2.66 million supplies, include medical equipment from Europe, China and the Kingdom

DUBAI: Saudi Arabia, with its charity arm King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center (KSRelief), has pledged more than $2.5 million worth of medical supplies to Palestine in the fight against coronavirus, state-run SPA reported.

The $2.66 million supplies, include medical equipment from Europe, China and the Kingdom.

The aid comes as the country has repeatedly emphasized the importance of cooperation against the pandemic.