Saudi Ambassador to UK receives meets supervisor of Yemen reconstruction program

Prince Khalid bin Bandar bin Sultan bin Abdulaziz, the Saudi Ambassador to the United Kingdom, received yesterday at the embassy in London the Saudi Ambassador to Yemen and General Supervisor of the Saudi Program for the Development and Reconstruction of Yemen SDRPY Mohammad bin Saeed Al Jaber, followed by the inauguration of the exhibition of SDRPY, which is held by SDRPY and the King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center KSRelief, and lasts for three days, and aims to highlight relief and humanitarian efforts and Saudi development projects in Yemen.

The exhibition of SDRPY at the headquarters of the Kingdom’s embassy in London receives visitors from the Yemeni brothers residing in London, British journalists, writers, and members of the British Parliament and officials at the British Foreign Ministry, in the presence of the general supervisor of the program, Ambassador Mohammed bin Saeed Al Jaber.

The participation of SDRPY through the exhibition includes providing informative explanations for visitors about development and reconstruction projects in Yemen, which benefit the Yemeni brothers in all groups of their society.

Visitors from political, diplomatic and media figures will learn through the exhibition the size of Saudi support provided to Yemen, in addition to the diversity of development projects in Yemen that include seven vital sectors, the health sector, the education sector, the electricity and energy sector, the agriculture and fisheries sector, the water sector, the road sector, ports and airports and the government buildings sector.