KSRelief to work with Islamic counter-terror alliance

KSRelief to work with Islamic counter-terror alliance

The King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center (KSRelief)has signed an agreement with the Islamic Military Counter TerrorismCoalition to implement joint programs and develop a strategic partnership.

The agreement was signed in Riyadh by Abdullah bin AbdulazizAl-Rabiah, KSrelief's general supervisor, and Maj. Gen. Mohammed bin SaeedAl-Moghedi, secretary-general of the coalition.

Both organizations will work on initiatives and programs ofcommon interest, conferences, seminars and lectures, capacity-building andjoint training programs, and advisory and voluntary services.

Maj. Gen. Mohammad Al-Moghedi said that the agreement willenhance the integration and strategic partnership between the counter-terroralliance and KSRelief as well as extending cooperation and coordination onvarious levels.

The coalition is striving to develop links with local andinternational Islamic organizations, he said.

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