Saudi Press

Saudi Arabia and the world
Saturday, Feb 24, 2024

El-Khereiji expresses Kingdom's solidarity with Turkish and Syrian people in Baku meet

El-Khereiji expresses Kingdom's solidarity with Turkish and Syrian people in Baku meet

Saudi Arabia participated in the summit-level meeting of the Non-Aligned Movement (NAM) Contact Group, which was held Thursday in Baku, Azerbaijan, where the Kingdom's delegation was led by the Vice Minister of Foreign Affairs Eng. Waleed Bin AbdulKarim El-Khereiji.
Eng. El-Khereiji, who delivered the Kingdom's speech during the summit, praised the efforts made by Azerbaijan during its presidency of the NAM at a time when the world is experiencing accelerating challenges and exceptional circumstances.

He expressed the Kingdom's solidarity and sincere sympathy to the Turkish and Syrian people who suffered from the devastating earthquakes that left behind a catastrophic outcome of human and material losses.

He stressed that the Kingdom stands with the Turkish and Syrian peoples in this difficult humanitarian circumstance and that it has not and will not spare any effort to alleviate the impact of this affliction.

He explained that the Kingdom participated in the ongoing rescue and relief efforts by sending qualified teams and urgent medical, relief, food, and logistical assistance, and it also took the initiative to organize a national campaign for the benefit of the victims, which has so far exceeded SR400 million.

Eng. El-Khereiji also stressed the Kingdom's firm position in support of the Palestinian cause, and its total rejection of Israel's announcement to annex nine settlements.

He noted that the Palestinian issue will remain part of the NAM meetings until the establishment of an independent Palestinian state on the 1967 borders, with East Jerusalem as its capital, as outlined in the Arab Peace Initiative.

He reiterated the Kingdom's firm commitment to strengthening joint action with all countries and the international community in general so that all peoples can live in a world where security, peace, and stability prevail.
Newsletter

Related Articles

Saudi Press
0:00
0:00
Close
Apple warns against drying iPhones with rice
China Criticizes US for Vetoing UN Ceasefire Resolution in Gaza
In a recent High Court hearing, the U.S. argued that Julian Assange endangered lives by releasing classified information.
The U.S. vetoed a U.N. Security Council resolution calling for a temporary ceasefire in Gaza, instead proposing its own six-week ceasefire plan contingent upon the release of all hostages held by Hamas
Prince William Urges End to Gaza Conflict
Saudi Arabia ranks first in UN index for e-government services in MENA
Israel has gone ‘beyond self-defence’ in Gaza, says Labour’s Streeting
EU Calls for Immediate Ceasefire in Gaza Conflict
Israel Records 20% Drop In GDP, War In Gaza Is The Reason
Saudi Arabia's FDI Inflows Grow with New International Standards
Venture Capitals Power Up Across MENA Region
Saudi Arabia Introduces Terms for 30-Year Income Tax Exemption for Multinational Companies
Saudi FM: Establishing Palestinian state is only pathway for Mideast stability
Russian opposition leader Alexey Navalny has died at the Arctic prison colony
Elon Musk's Starlink Gets License For Israel, Parts Of Gaza
Influencers Exploit X Platform for Profit Amidst Israel-Gaza Conflict
PM Modi Announces Opening Of New CBSE Office In Dubai
International Criminal Court's Chief "Deeply Concerned" By Rafah Bombing
January Funding for MENA Startups Totals $86.5 Million
Saudi Arabia accelerates digital economy growth through Nvidia partnership
Indian female military officers commend Saudi Arabia's progress and women's empowerment
Israel unveils tunnels underneath Gaza City headquarters of UN agency for Palestinian refugees
Israel deploys new military AI in Gaza war
Egypt threatens to suspend key peace treaty if Israel pushes into Gaza border town, officials say
Israel Utilizes AI Military Technology in Gaza Conflict
Saudi Arabia Warns Of A "Humanitarian Catastrophe" If Israel Moves On Rafah
China Warns Iran to Halt Houthi Attacks or Damage Trade Ties
US University To Shut Qatar Campus Due To "Heightened Mideast Instability"
Iran-backed hackers interrupt UAE TV streaming services with deepfake news
Facebook and Instagram Ban Iran's Supreme Leader
Finnish Airline, Finnair, is voluntarily weighing passengers to better estimate flight cargo weight
U.S. Secretary of State Blinken: The Israelis underwent dehumanization on 7.10, this does not give them the right to do this to others.
Defense Technology Showcase Held in Riyadh
Saudi Arabia’s non-oil exports rise 2.5% to $6bn in November 2023: GASTAT
UK Bans Misleading "Zero Emissions" Claims for Electric Cars
Gaza's Teen Inventor Sparks Light in Displacement
Netanyahu Rejects Ceasefire Proposal, Insists On Total Victory Over Hamas
Guterres appoints independent UNRWA review panel
Private Sector Employment Hits Record High with Over 11 Million Employees in January
Rolls-Royce Executive Encourages Saudi Women to Tap into Their Inner 'Superhero' for Success in Defense Industry
Saudi Arabia launches National Academy of Vehicles and Cars
Saudi Tourism Minister Reveals Plan for 250,000 New Hotel Rooms by 2030
SAR to more than double eastern network passenger capacity with new trains deal
Saudi Arabia Enhances National Defense with New Partnerships
Saudi Aramco Maintains Arab Light Crude Pricing to Asia for March
NEOM Establishes New York Office to Support Investors
Saudi Wealth Fund Draws in Over $25 Billion Worth of Investments in Three Years, Al-Rumayyan Reveals
ZATCA Cautions Against Scammer Schemes
INTRA Defense Technologies inaugurates drone factory in Riyadh
Saudi Arabia's Minister of Industry and Mineral Resources, Bandar Alkhorayef, has announced a partnership with the London Metal Exchange to set up metal storage and delivery centers in the country. Alkhorayef highlighted Saudi Arabia's expanding military industries sector, crediting the Public Investment Fund (PIF) as a key partner, during his speech at the second PIF Private Sector Forum in Riyadh
×