Riyadh, Saudi Arabia (ANTARA News) - The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia hopes Indonesia to take part in addressing humanitarian issues in Yemen, a Saudi humanitarian official, Abdullah A. Al Rabeeah, said here on Tuesday.
Indonesia has the largest Muslim population in the world and an important brother to Saudi Arabia, Rabeeah told Indonesian journalists from Antara, The Jakarta Post and Republika.
Indonesia is also expected to be part of a coalition of humanitarian missions to help Yemeni people who are suffering from armed conflict, Rabeeah, who is also active as a surgeon, said.
"We look forward to building cooperation with Indonesia on humanitarian missions for Yemen," the King Salman Humanitarian Aid King Aid & Relief Center adviser said.
Indonesia through its non-government organizations can join the mission with the Saudi Arabia Humanitarian Aid Center, Rabeeah, who has visited Indonesia, added.
The Saudi Arabia humanitarian aid center, also known as KS Relief, is the worlds leading foundation in the delivery of humanitarian aid to conflict areas, Rabeeah explained.
"Together with the humanitarian organizations of the United Nations (UN) as well as regional and local organizations, we have worked hard to help people who have been the victims of conflicts," he added.
Three senior Indonesian journalists are currently in Saudi Arabia in order to meet the invitation of the Saudi Government which is currently promoting the Vision 2030 of the kingdom.
The vision, which was introduced by the Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia, Mohammad bin Salman, contains three pillars, namely, making Saudi Arabia the center of Arab and Islamic worlds, making the kingdom a global investment powerhouse and making it the hub connecting three continents of Asia , Europe and Africa.
Source: ANTARA News