Saudi King orders urgent aid to the victims of Turkey’s deadly quake


Riyadh – King Salman Al-Saud of Saudi Arabia ordered an urgent humanitarian and medical aid to be sent to the deadly earthquake victims of Turkey’s Izmir city, Saudi Press Agency (SPA) reported on Friday.

The humanitarian aid will be sent through the King Salman Relief Center (KSRelief), which is a Saudi Arabia’s largest official charity organization.

The aid exhibits Saudi Arabia’s humanitarian attitude to support the Turkish people who lost their lives and property after the massive earthquakes that hit the Aegean sea last week, which has claimed over 116 human lives so far.

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