Prime Minister Dr Ahmed Obeid Bin-Dagher has affirmed that royal donation by Custodian of the Two Holly Mosques King Slaman bin Abdulaziz and His Crown Prince, Prince Mohamed bin Salman to operate electricity power station in Yemen will contribute toward alleviating the Yemeni peoples' suffering.
In his Twitter account Dr Bin-Dagher tweeted" Our Yemeni peoples inspired their own strength in countering Iran-backed Houthi putschist militia by the great noble stances of the brethren in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia under the leadership of the Custodian of the Two Holly Mosques King Salman bin Abdulaziz and His Crown Prince and their unflinching support for the legitimate government headed by President Abd-Rabbu Mansour Hadi".
The Prime Minister added" Thank you very much the Custodian of the Two Holly Mosques, His Majesty King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al-Saud, deep appreciation for His Royal Highness, Crown Prince, Mohammed bin Salman, your noble donation of oil fuels to operate electricity power stations in Yemen will be helpful to ease your brothers' suffering in Yemen, long life for you for the sake of Kingdom, Yemen and Arab nation".
It is important to note that Saudi ambassador to our country Mohammed Sa'aeed Al-Jaber announced yesterday, Monday, that the Custodian of the Two Holly Mosques and His Crown Prince issued directives to " donate oil fuels to operate electricity in the Republic of Yemen with total cost ($60) million per month to operate electricity generate stations constantly.
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