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KSrelief Supervisor General Reviews Saudi Humanitarian Efforts in Gaza

Supervisor General of the King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center (KSrelief) Abdullah Al-Rabeeah reviewed the Kingdom’s humanitarian efforts, represented by KSrelief in the Gaza Strip, during the press conference held yesterday, at the headquarters of the Kingdom’s Embassy in Jordan.

The conference was held on the sidelines of the International Conference on Emergency Humanitarian Response in the Gaza Strip held in Jordan.

He spoke about the Kingdom’s humanitarian efforts to support humanitarian work in Gaza. It launched an air bridge from which 53 aircraft have arrived so far, and a sea bridge from which 8 ships have arrived to date.

Two weeks ago, two relief ships were sent for the Palestinian and Sudanese peoples from the Jeddah Islamic Port,

Al-Rabeeah expressed his happiness for his presence in Jordan, offering his sincere thanks to the Jordanian government, led by His Majesty King Abdullah II bin Al-Hussein, King of Jordan, for organizing the International Conference on Emergency Humanitarian Response in the Gaza Strip.

The conference was held in partnership between Jordan, Egypt, and the United Nations, with a high international presence. He pointed out that this conference came at an important and sensitive time in view of the difficult hardships that the Palestinian people in the Gaza Strip are suffering as a result of the war.

He noted the participation of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia with a high-level delegation in the conference, indicating that the Kingdom made it clear during its speech at the conference that it stands with the Palestinian people on the political and humanitarian levels and is keen to stop this unjustified war urgently.

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