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KSrelief Distributes 1,367 Shelter Bags in Pakistan

King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center (KSrelief) distributed yesterday 1,367 shelter bags in the areas of Swat, Lower Chitral, and Dera Ismail Khan, in the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Province in the Islamic Republic of Pakistan.

The bags benefited 9,569 individuals of the most vulnerable families in the areas affected by the floods. This is part of the third phase of a project to distribute shelter materials and winter bags in 2024.

This is within the framework of the humanitarian and relief efforts provided by the Kingdom through its humanitarian arm, King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center (KSrelief), to help the needy in various parts of the world.


Last March, the center delivered 100 tons of dates to Pakistan. 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.

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.

Last February, Saudi Commerce Minister Majid Al-Qasabi announced an ambitious goal to increase trade volume between both countries to reach a staggering $20 billion. This was announced during the Saudi-Pakistani Forum (Feb. 22), organized by the Federation of Saudi Chambers.

As part of this initiative, both countries are exploring new avenues for collaboration. The focus is on diversifying the trade portfolio, which has traditionally been centered around oil. The new strategy aims to include sectors like technology and manufacturing.

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