A number of nationals of brotherly and friendly countries who arrived yesterday evening (Wednesday) in Jeddah, via His Majesty the King’s ship (Abha), valued the Kingdom’s role in evacuating them from the Republic of Sudan.
Malaysia’s ambassador to the Kingdom, Wan Zaidi Abdullah, praised the great diplomatic and logistical role provided by the government of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia in the process of evacuating his country’s nationals, and their arrival yesterday evening, from Sudan on board His Majesty’s ship (Abha).
He expressed his thanks and appreciation to the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques, King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, and to the Crown Prince and Prime Minister, Prince Muhammad bin Salman bin Abdulaziz, for their directives and direct follow-up to the process of evacuating the citizens, which took place with ease and ease, until their safe and secure arrival in the city of Jeddah, and the provision of all their needs. in preparation for their departure to their homelands, appreciating all the efforts made for the safe and sound arrival of the nationals to the land of the Kingdom from all parties that contributed to facilitating and transferring the Malaysian nationals, which is not surprising for the government of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
In turn, the Pakistani consul to the Kingdom, Khalid Majeed, thanked the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques and his trustworthy Crown Prince for the services and care enjoyed by the Pakistani nationals who arrived yesterday on His Majesty the King’s ship (Abha), numbering 40, and to the Ministries of Defense and Foreign Affairs in the Kingdom to facilitate the procedures for their transfer and secure their arrival from Sudan. to the Kingdom.
For their part, a number of nationals expressed their happiness at the care and attention they saw from their departure from Sudan until the moment of their arrival in the Kingdom, and the humanitarian aspect drawn by the various authorities during their reception and cooperation with all nationalities of different nationalities and providing services to them, which are noble humanitarian positions that are not surprising. The Kingdom and its people, appreciating the concerned authorities in the Kingdom for their efforts to secure their transportation, and work to facilitate the procedures for their arrival to the Kingdom.