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Thursday, December 1, 2022


    The Somali Prime Minister honors KSrelief with a Medal of Honor for its humanitarian work in Somalia.

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    The Medal of Honor was presented to the King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center (KSrelief) by Somali Prime Minister Mohamed Hussein Robley for its outstanding efforts in providing urgent humanitarian and relief assistance to displaced people in Somalia who were affected by drought, including securing and distributing 2,838 tons of food baskets to 254,184 Somali people. Youssef Al-Rahma, the director of KSrelief’s African branch, got the honor.

    In acknowledgment of the efforts of the former Saudi Ambassador to Somalia, Dr. Mohammed Abdulghani Khayat, the Somali Prime Minister also presented the Saudi Ambassador to Somalia, Ahmed bin Mohammed Saleh Al-Mawlid, with a Medal of Honor.

    This came during the Somali Prime Minister’s meeting with the Saudi Ambassador today, which was also attended by Youssef Al-Rahma, the director of KSrelief’s Africa branch, where the two sides discussed issues of mutual interest related to humanitarian and relief affairs, as well as ways to improve them.

    The Prime Minister expressed his gratitude to King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques, and HRH Prince Mohammed bin Salman bin Abdulaziz, Crown Prince, Deputy Prime Minister, and Minister of Defense and KSrelief, for their assistance to Somalia, which reflects the two countries’ strong and sound relations.

    Ambassador Al-Mawlid expressed his heartfelt gratitude to the Somali Prime Minister and the Somali government for honoring the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, as represented by KSrelief, and reaffirmed the Kingdom’s unwavering support for Somalia in a variety of areas.

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