Riyadh, The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, represented by the King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center (KSRelief), is about to launch the details of its new humanitarian project MASAM on Monday 11/1017439 - 25/6/2018 at the announcement ceremony held at the Crown Plaza Hotel, at the Communications and Information Technology Complex in the presence of princes, ministers, senior officials, diplomats and representatives of nations and international organizations.
This project has come out of the teachings of Islam, which calls for helping needy people, and for the preservation of human life, dignity and health. It promotes the humanitarian role of the Kingdom and its global mission in this field.
Advisor-Royal Court, Supervisor General of the Center, Dr. Abdullah bin Abdulaziz Al Rabeeah will announce on Monday the details of the project and its objectives and importance to humanity in general and Yemeni people in particular.
The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia's support for humanitarian issues stems from its consistent policy of cooperation between nations and peoples in order to promote world peace and preserve human achievements regardless of religion or race.
Source: Saudi Press Agency