LONDON: The challenging humanitarian conditions in Gaza and issues surrounding the delivery of aid to the Strip were on Tuesday the subject of talks between senior Saudi and UK government officials.
Adviser at the Royal Court and general supervisor of the Saudi aid agency KSrelief, Abdullah Al-Rabeeah, discussed the situation with Minister of State in the British Foreign, Commonwealth, and Development Office, Andrew Mitchell.
During their meeting at the Global Food Security Summit in London, Al-Rabeeah highlighted several pressing issues and sought collaborative solutions to alleviating the humanitarian crisis caused by the ongoing Israel-Hamas war.
They addressed other related matters and looked at ways of further strengthening the strategic partnership between Saudi Arabia and the UK.
Mitchell praised Saudi Arabia for its humanitarian aid and relief efforts around the world, particularly through KSrelief, and noted the center’s active participation in summit proceedings.