GCC health ministers will confer in Saudi Arabia


Riyadh – On Saturday in Al Ula, Saudi Arabia, the health ministers of the Gulf Cooperation Council will consult.

The GCC nations’ collaboration in the domains of health and preventive medical care will be strengthened as a result of the summit, which is being presided over by Oman’s Minister of Health, Dr. Hilal bin Ali Al-Sabti.

In order to effectively deal with various emergency health emergencies, meeting participants will talk about coordinating efforts in the health sector and address the problems with health security among GCC governments.

The most recent advancements in the region’s healthcare, especially those in Sudan, will also be discussed at the summit.

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