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KSrelief Centre Delivers 100 tons of Dates to Pakistan

The King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief (KSrelief) Center recently delivered a substantial gift from the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia to Pakistan. This gift, consisting of 100 tons of dates, symbolizes the deep-rooted friendship and solidarity between the two nations.

Acknowledging Humanitarian Efforts

During the ceremony, Saudi Ambassador to Pakistan, Nawaf Al-Maliki took the opportunity to shed light on the Kingdom’s humanitarian endeavors. He outlined the pivotal role played by the King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center in extending aid worldwide. Al-Maliki underscored the unwavering commitment of King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud and Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman in providing support to countries. He also lauded the enduring brotherly ties between Saudi Arabia and Pakistan.

Gratitude from Pakistan

Brigadier Obaidullah Anwar, representing the Pakistani government, expressed deep appreciation for the generous gift. He remarked on the gesture’s significance, highlighting the strong bond of brotherhood that exists between Saudi Arabia and Pakistan. Anwar noted that the Kingdom has consistently been a steadfast ally, supporting Pakistan across various events and challenges. He acknowledged that this latest contribution of dates strengthens the bilateral relations between the two countries. Additionally, Anwar extended his gratitude to the King Salman Center for its relentless efforts to aid the underprivileged in Pakistan.


 Symbol of Friendship

In conclusion, this donation of 100 tons of dates is more than a gift; it is a testament to the longstanding friendship and cooperation that Saudi Arabia and Pakistan share. It is part of the broader initiatives by the government of King Salman aimed at fostering relations with brotherly and friendly nations. Through such acts of kindness and solidarity, Saudi Arabia continues to demonstrate its commitment to humanitarian causes and support for its allies. This gesture reaffirms the Kingdom’s role as a leading benefactor in the global community.

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