PARIS, FRANCE: At the Saudi Arabian Embassy in Paris, Dr. Abdullah Al Rabeeah, Supervisor General of King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Centre (KSrelief), recently met with Ambassador Emmanuel Bonnie and a number of French officials from the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
The subject of the meetings was to review humanitarian issues around the world – particularly in Yemen and Syria, both of which have serious ongoing crises.
Dr. Al Rabeeah noted that the Kingdom is hosting around 281,000 Syrian refugees, who are welcomed as visitors and provided with a number of free public services. The Kingdom is also providing ongoing humanitarian and relief aid through KSrelief to IDPs in Syria, and to Syrian refugees in neighboring countries.
Dr. Al Rabeeah stressed that the Kingdom stands by the people of Yemen and provides impartial assistance to all governorates. He added that all the Yemeni land crossings and sea ports are open to receive humanitarian aid. KSrelief provides many projects to help Yemenis who are suffering as a result of violations committed by the Houthi militias. Examples of these projects are the MASAM de-mining project, the Artificial Limbs Center, and the Child Soldiers Rehabilitation Project.
Ambassador Emmanuel Bonnie praised KSrelief's extensive efforts to help people in need around the world.