Somali Delegation Acknowledges Saudi Arabia’s Humanitarian Assistance during Visit to KSrelief Headquarters


Riyadh – A delegation from Somalia recently paid a visit to the headquarters of the King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center (KSrelief) in Riyadh, according to a report by the Saudi Press Agency (SPA). Led by Abdillahi Bidhan Warsame, the chairman of the Foreign Affairs Committee of Somalia’s House of the People, the delegation held discussions with high-ranking officials from KSrelief, including Salah Al-Mazrou, Assistant Supervisor General for Financial and Administrative Affairs, and Ahmed bin Ali Al-Baiz, Assistant Supervisor General for Operations and Programs.

During the meeting, the officials engaged in fruitful discussions regarding aid efforts, as well as reviewed the progress and developments of KSrelief’s ongoing projects in Somalia. The focus of the talks was to explore ways to further enhance and expand the humanitarian initiatives in the region.

Expressing their gratitude, the visiting delegation commended Saudi Arabia’s continuous support and humanitarian assistance extended to those in need around the world, particularly the people of Somalia. The delegation acknowledged the vital role played by KSrelief in delivering essential aid and relief to populations affected by crises and disasters.

KSrelief, under the guidance and patronage of Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud and Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, has been at the forefront of providing humanitarian aid and relief to numerous countries, including Somalia. The center has implemented various projects aimed at addressing urgent needs in areas such as health, education, food security, and shelter.

The visit of the Somali delegation to KSrelief’s headquarters further strengthens the bonds of cooperation between Saudi Arabia and Somalia in the field of humanitarian assistance. It highlights the shared commitment to alleviating human suffering and promoting stability and development in the region.

Saudi Arabia’s humanitarian efforts have earned international recognition for their impact and effectiveness. The Kingdom has consistently demonstrated its dedication to extending a helping hand to those affected by crises, conflicts, and natural disasters, regardless of geographical boundaries or political affiliations.

The collaboration between KSrelief and Somalia exemplifies the spirit of solidarity and compassion that underpins international humanitarian work. As KSrelief continues to expand its reach and enhance its operations, it remains committed to alleviating the suffering of vulnerable populations and fostering sustainable development in line with Saudi Arabia’s vision for a better future.

The visit of the Somali delegation serves as a testament to the significance of international cooperation in addressing humanitarian challenges. It reinforces the commitment of both Saudi Arabia and Somalia to working together to tackle the pressing needs of communities affected by crises, and to build a more resilient and prosperous future for all.

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