Djibouti, Advisor at the Royal Court and the General Supervisor of King Salman Center for Humanitarian Relief and Works (KSrelief) Dr. Abdullah bin Abdulaziz Al-Rabi'ah hailed the pioneering role played by the Kingdom, in the field of relief and humanitarian work, in the world.
It has always stood with its brotherly and friendly countries and supported them, he said, referring to the Kingdom, adding that the interest of the Kingdom's leadership, is consolidating and developing humanitarian work and expanding its base, henceforth, it initiated the establishment of the King Salman Center to be the relief arm of the Kingdom and to reflect the bright image of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, the government and people.
Addressing a seminar was organized by the Center, in cooperation with the Embassy of the Kingdom in Djibouti, in the presence of Acting Prime Minister of the Republic of Djibouti Mumen Ahmed Sheikh, other senior officials, the Ambassador of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques to Djibouti Abdulaziz bin Abdullah Al-Daoud, ambassadors of the Alliance countries, representatives of the UN and humanitarian organizations operating in Djibouti, Dr. Al-Rabi'ah conveyed to the audience the greetings of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al-Saud and HRH the Crown Prince and expressed happiness for being, in the Republic of Djibouti.
Since its establishment on May 13, 2015, King Salman Relief Center has implemented 482 projects, abroad the Kingdom, at a cost of about $2 billion, specifically, in 42 countries, he explained.
These projects covered a wide scope of humanitarian needs, based on priorities and based on international standards, he concluded.
Source: Saudi Press Agency