Report: Saudi to supply $2.5 million to Gaza hospitals

January 8, 2013 14:55


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King Abdullah Al Saud of Saudi Arabia on Friday announced the kingdom would supply medicine and medical appliances worth 10 million Saudi Riyals (around $2.5 million) to support hospitals in Gaza, the Saudi Press Agency reported.

Saudi Press quoted Ahmed Qattan, Saudi ambassador to Egypt as saying: "Efforts are under way to rush this assistance to our brethren in the Gaza Strip."

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