Head of Sudanese Red Crescent Society meets with the Saudi Arabia’s KSrelief team


Riyadh – The head of the Sudanese Red Crescent Society, Dr. Khalil Sarbel, met with the King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Centre (KSRelief) team in Port Sudan on Monday.

During the conference, strategies for sending urgent relief from the Kingdom to regions affected by the turmoil in Sudan were explored.

The recent royal directive to provide $100 million in aid to the Sudanese people, as well as the organisation of a charity campaign through the Sahem platform, are thought to be among the largest sources of aid provided by foreign nations, according to Sarbel, who thanked the Saudi government for its ongoing support of Sudan.

In the previous week, several planes delivering 10 tonnes of aid each touched down at Port Sudan International Airport.

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