Saudi Arabia Delivers 25 Tons of Dates to Equatorial Guinea


MALABO: The King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center, also known as KSrelief, delivered 25 tons of dates as a gift from the Kingdom to the Republic of Equatorial Guinea.

The delivery was made in the presence of Issa Sani Evana, vice president of the Supreme Council for Islamic Affairs in Equatorial Guinea; imam and preacher of the Central Mosque, Juan Zakaria Ondo; and council member in charge of Hajj and Umrah, Sheikh Ibrahim Khalil Fernandez, at the Central Mosque in the capital Malabo.

The delivery comes within the humanitarian role played by Saudi Arabia to support brotherly and friendly countries in various fields.

Separately, Yemeni Minister of Public Health and Population, Qasim Mohammed Buhaibah, visited the headquarters of the center in Riyadh on Thursday, where he met with the assistant supervisor general for operations and programs.

They discussed the latest developments about the relief and humanitarian projects in Yemen, and the provision of the needs for hospitals and medical centers there.

In a press release, the Yemeni minister thanked Saudi Arabia for its support to Yemen in performing its responsibilities to the sick and injured, pointing out that the Kingdom is the main supporter of the health sector in Yemen.

Source: Arab News