El Salvador and Saudi Arabia Strengthen Humanitarian Cooperation.

The Chancellor of El Salvador, Alejandra Hill Tinoco, welcomed the General Supervisor of the King Salman Center for Humanitarian Relief and Aid in Saudi Arabia, Abdullah A. AI Rabeeah, and his delegation on their visit to the country. The purpose of the meeting was to advance cooperation initiatives and collaborative efforts between the two nations.

During the meeting, the authorities discussed opportunities for coordinated efforts to address the priorities set by the Salvadoran government. The primary goal is to bolster national capacities in humanitarian assistance, relief, disaster response, and resilience-building against various risks, in addition to enhancing healthcare services.

Chancellor Hill expressed her excitement at hosting the Saudi delegation, highlighting the importance of establishing agreements that would enable their support in advancing projects that benefit the Salvadoran population, especially the most vulnerable.

In response, the representative from the Saudi organization emphasized Saudi Arabia’s strong commitment to the international community, particularly in the humanitarian field. “We have maintained a robust relationship with El Salvador on various issues, but our primary focus during this visit is to explore what we can achieve together in the realm of humanitarian aid,” he stated.

The King Salman Center operates in 93 countries, where it promotes initiatives dedicated to humanitarian care, early disaster recovery, volunteering, healthcare, nutrition, education, logistics, telecommunications during emergencies, protection, food security, and more.

The collaborative efforts between El Salvador and Saudi Arabia signify a commitment to working together to address pressing humanitarian challenges and providing support to those in need, both nationally and internationally. This partnership aims to make a positive impact on the lives of vulnerable populations and enhance the resilience of communities in the face of various risks and crises.