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Number of UN humanitarian organization officials thanks Saudi Arabia for its support to Yemen

A number of UN humanitarian organization officials have expressed their
thanks to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, represented by the King Salman
Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center (KSrelief), for its support to the
Yemeni people in various humanitarian fields, appreciating the effective
partnership of their organizations with the KSrelief, which contributed
to alleviating the suffering of the needy people all over the world.

This came after the KSrelief signed today three agreements with the
World Food Program, the World Health Organization and the United Nations
High Commissioner for Refugees, through virtual meeting, to support the
UN plan for the humanitarian response in Yemen for the year 2020.

The World Food Program Executive Director of the World Food Program,
David Beasley thanked the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia for this support to
the Yemeni people in such circumstances, considering that the agreement
signed between the World Food Program and the KSrelief as a step forward
and in the right direction to achieve more work.

Regional Director of the World Health Organization for the Eastern
Mediterranean Dr.Ahmed bin Salem Al-Manzari expressed his happiness for
signing today of the joint agreement with the KSrelief to support the
health aspect, environmental sanitation projects, the fight against the
novel Coronavirus and anti-malnutrition projects in Yemen, praising the
fruitful cooperation with the KSrelief to support those affected in all
over the world, especially Yemen.

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