The King Salman Relief Center is conducting the seventh batch of the Saudi relief sea bridge to Sudan

The King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center departed from the Jeddah Islamic Port today, the seventh batch of the Saudi relief sea bridge, heading to the Sudanese port of Suakin in the sisterly Republic of Sudan.


  The batch includes a load of 12 refrigerated trucks containing 14,960 food baskets, with a total weight of 524 tons, as part of the second phase food security support project in Sudan, which the King Salman Relief Center is implementing in Sudan, and aims to reach 1,500,000 beneficiaries.

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 This comes as a contribution to alleviating the effects of the conditions that the Sudanese people are currently going through, and as a confirmation of the role played by the Kingdom in extending a helping hand to brotherly and friendly countries during various crises, and as evidence of the depth of the strong relations that It links the two brotherly countries.


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