RIYADH, Saudi Arabia- Yemen’s Deputy Prime Minister and Interior Minister, Hussain Mohammed Arab, visited King Salman Centre for Relief and Humanitarian Aid (KSRelief).

During the visit, he met with Dr. Abdullah bin Abdulaziz Al-Rabiah, Adviser at the Royal Court and General Supervisor of KSRelief.

In a press statement, following the meeting, the Yemeni minister stressed that, Saudi Arabia has helped and supported the Yemeni people and treated all Yemenis equally, including the fighters against the Kingdom, where it provided support and assistance to their families and children. The Decisive Storm was based on the right foundations because the danger threatened Yemen and the whole region, he pointed out.

He added that, the KSRelief saved many lives in Yemen and other countries of the world, confirming that the centre supports Yemeni hospitals and health centres through providing medical supplies and medicines. He stressed that the great support, upon directives of the Crown Prince, Mohammed bin Salman bin Abdulaziz, Deputy Premier and Minister of Defence, led to curbing the cholera epidemic in Yemen.

The Yemeni minister added that the Kingdom provided treatment to the injured people inside and outside Yemen, as well as, in the hospitals of Saudi Arabia, Jordan and Sudan.

He thanked the Kingdom and the KSRelief for their great support to the Yemeni people, during critical period.

Dr. Al-Rabiah stressed that the centre is the humanitarian arm of Saudi Arabia, since its establishment, upon directives of King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud and direct follow-up of the Crown Prince. He added that, the KSRelief will continue to support and help the Yemeni people, in different regions in Yemen.

 

Source: NAM NEWS NETWORK

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