The Yemeni Ambassador in the Kingdom: The Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques won for humanity – Saudi Arabia News


The Yemeni ambassador in Riyadh, Dr. Shaya Mohsen Al-Zindani, valued the noble and honorable order of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques, King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, regarding the provision of free treatment in all health and private facilities for all those infected with the new coronavirus (Covid-19), citizens, residents and violators of the residency system.

Al-Zindani said in a statement today (Wednesday): “The directives of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques are a generous gesture that carries human dimensions and implications, and acquires deep indications in this exceptional circumstance that all humanity is going through,” considering that these directives are a great guide to the human approach to the leadership of the Kingdom in light of these. The difficult circumstances the world is going through, where it has been equal in providing the necessary health care to the children of the Saudi people and residents, including the children of the Yemeni community, due to this epidemic, which is spreading widely and frightening in all parts of the earth.

The Yemeni ambassador added that the measures taken by the government of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques from the beginning to confront this epidemic and follow up on all developments by Crown Prince Muhammad bin Salman and the competent agencies will contribute to narrowing the effects and repercussions of the epidemic in the narrowest scope and the kingdom will produce a strong recovery as everyone has entrusted to it.

Al-Zindani expressed the Yemeni government’s appreciation for the efforts made by the Kingdom’s government and its care for Yemeni residents and visitors in the Kingdom, asking God to protect the two brotherly peoples of Saudi Arabia and Yemen and avoid all harm.


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