Saudi Arabia donates $10 million to Asian disaster victims
Royal directives have been issued to provide urgent relief aid for victims of the earthquake which hit Sumatra Island, Indonesia and victims of other affected countries, a Saudi statement issued Tuesday said.
According to <i>SPA</I>, the assistance consisted of US$5 million worth of aid supplies including food, tents, medicines and other necessities to be delivered and directly distributed by the Saudi Red Crescent. It also included US$5 million cash aid to be provided through reliable international aid organizations, the statement explained.
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