General Supervisor of King Salman Center for Relief and Humanitarian Aid (KSRelief) Dr. Abdullah bin Abdulaziz Al-Rabiah on Thursday reviewed with Norway's deputy foreign minister the humanitarian situation in Yemen .
According to a statement published on the Saudi Press Agency (SPA), the two officials went over Saudi Arabia's humanitarian relief campaigns being carried out by KSRelief in Yemen.
Rabiah affirmed that all sea, air and land ports are open for the organizations in order to deliver all assistance, pointing out that Jizan seaport are available for all United Nations (UN) organizations to deliver assistance inside Yemen.
The KSRelief top supervisor highlighted the Kingdom's great humanitarian efforts and the precautionary measures to protect civilians by the Arab Coalition's role in facilitating delivery of aid to all Yemeni regions.
For his part, the deputy foreign minister of Norway confirmed its country's official stance condemning a ballistic missile targeting the Kingdom, expressing Norway's worry regarding the humanitarian situation in Yemen and keenness of access of assistance. He stressed the importance of peaceful solution in Yemen, affirming its country's support of UN envoy to Yemen Ismail Ould Cheikh.
Rabiah expressed the Kingdom's appreciation of Norway's role in supporting legitimacy in Yemen and condemning the ballistic missile attack targeted the Kingdom.