The Yemeni Consul General in Jeddah, Alawi Muhammad Bafakih, praised the Saudi brotherly position on the side of the Yemeni people in the darkest circumstances and its success in evacuating 239 citizens and students from Khartoum to Jeddah as a first batch, explaining that there is a large batch coming in the coming hours.
Bafakih said in statements to “Okaz”: Coordination took place between the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in our country and our brothers in Saudi Arabia, and then through our embassy in Sudan, and as usual, as the kingdom of humanity returned to us, it did not delay or gain any effort in order to help its brothers first in care inside Sudan and then evacuate from Khartoum to Port Sudan and from there to Jeddah, where we receive today (Wednesday) 239 Yemenis, adding: There is another flight tomorrow or the day after tomorrow and we are awaiting its arrival, and there is also a ship that will arrive in the coming hours with a group of Yemenis. The Yemeni consul stressed by saying: Saudi Arabia provides humanitarian stances Tremendous, and this, if indicative, indicates the core of the relationship between the Kingdom and Yemen, explaining that the Saudi Foreign Ministry provided great facilities for Yemeni nationals to arrive and receive them and then evacuate them to Yemen, describing the Yemeni group that was evacuated as the largest among other nationalities. By Saudi Arabia, it shows the constant keenness of the Saudi leadership to support its brothers in Yemen and help them in this difficult circumstance by evacuating our citizens from Khartoum, explaining that the Presidential Leadership Council and the Yemeni government appreciate the efforts made. Salman bin Abdulaziz and his Crown Prince, Prime Minister Prince Mohammed bin Salman, in supporting the Yemeni people abroad and at home and at various levels politically, economically and developmentally. And about their impressions of the reception process and the successful arrangement of the evacuation process for various nationalities, including Yemenis, the Yemeni consul who was present at the reception said: A huge, great arrangement that did not It amazes me alone, but all the heads of diplomatic missions accredited to Saudi Arabia, Arab and Western, who had subjects in Khartoum, were impressed by this mighty military and civil reception, as if the subjects were on a tourist trip and not emerging from a crisis. He added: There were those who received smiles and roses, and there were those who distributed sweets. A humanitarian act that I cannot describe, but I congratulate the Saudi leadership and people for this success that they have not achieved before any other country, stressing: Saudi Arabia has proven that it constitutes a large and difficult figure not only in the political field, but also that it is a country capable of succeeding in humanitarian work. He had a great influence on those present.