Dr. Al Rabeeah: MASAM Costs $40 Million and Aims to Clear Yemeni Territory of Landmines

Riyadh, Dr. Abdullah bin Abdulaziz Al Rabeeah, Advisor-Royal Court and General Supervisor of King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Centre (KSRelief), disclosed that the one-year five-phase Saudi Project for Landmine Clearance costs $40 million.

During a press conference held in Riyadh today, Dr. Al Rabeeah added that this project will work on the ground with the Yemen National Program for Landmines Clearance.

He added that the humanitarian work is a top priority for the Kingdom in all liberated areas, adding that a Saudi land bridge has been launched to deliver humanitarian and relief assistance to all needy people in Hodeidah province.

The KSRelief General Supervisor added that an air bridge will also be launched from Riyadh to Hodeidah tomorrow in addition to sending a number of ships from Jazan, affirming that the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is keen on the welfare of Yemen and its people in order to alleviate their suffering.

For his part, Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Yemen Khalid Hussein Al-Yamani thanked the KSRelief for the great efforts in Yemen, particularly this important project.

Source: Saudi Press Agency