Astana, February 2, 2024, A volunteer medical team from the King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center (KSrelief) embarked on a visit to Kazakhstan to assess the requirements for implementing volunteer medical programs. The Kingdom's Embassy in Kazakhstan played a pivotal role in coordinating and overseeing the team's visit.
During their trip, the volunteer medical team engaged in discussions with Vyacheslav Dudnik, the Deputy Minister of Health in Kazakhstan. The meetings aimed to explore avenues for enhancing medical and relief collaboration between Saudi Arabia and Kazakhstan.
The team conveyed the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia's steadfast commitment to providing medical and humanitarian support to partner countries, aligning with the center's overarching mission to extend assistance to those in need on a global scale.
These humanitarian endeavors are part of the volunteer programs orchestrated by the Kingdom, spearheaded by KSrelief. These initiatives are designed to fortify the health sector in nations facing challenges and elevate medical services for patients, demonstrating Saudi Arabia's dedication to fostering international cooperation and contributing to global well-being.