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Saudi Arabia Sends 51 Tons of Humanitarian Aid to Ukraine


Sat 06 Apr 2024 | 11:13 PM
By Ahmad El-Assasy

In an ongoing demonstration of support, Saudi Arabia's humanitarian efforts are making significant strides as the country continues to dispatch aid to the people of Ukraine. The latest consignment arrived at Zosow Airport in Poland, situated near the Ukrainian border, in preparation for its entry into Ukraine.

The nineteenth Saudi relief aircraft, operated by the King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Centre, landed at the Polish airport close to the Ukrainian frontier on Saturday. This delivery is part of the kingdom's commitment to aiding the Ukrainian populace, carrying on board 51 tons of electrical equipment.

This shipment follows a previous delivery last month, which saw 80 tons of generators and electrical devices reaching Ukraine, underscoring Saudi Arabia's historical role in standing with those in need and affected by various crises around the world.

Previously, Ukraine received a comprehensive Saudi aid package valued at $400 million. This package includes $100 million worth of relief materials through the King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Centre and $300 million in oil derivatives as a grant from the Saudi Development Fund.

This continued support from Saudi Arabia reflects the kingdom's enduring commitment to humanitarian assistance and its role in aiding communities affected by adversity, illustrating the global solidarity with the Ukrainian people during these challenging times.