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On his first official visit.. King Abdullah donates SR1 billion for establishing a Medical City in Bahrain

On his first official visit.. King Abdullah donates SR1 billion for establishing a Medical City in Bahrain
19 Apr
Manama, SPA
Custodian of The Two Holy Mosques, King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz arrived yesterday in Manama on his first official visit to Bahrain, and met King Hamad Bin Eissa Al-Khalifa of Bahrain at Al-Sakhir Palace.
At the outset of the meeting, King of Bahrain welcomed king Abdullah wishing him a pleasant stay in Bahrain. After the two kings exchanged regards and greetings, they discussed latest regional and international updates and events and how the two States have interacted with such events. They also deliberated issues of common interest, cooperation between the two states and how to reinforce such a cooperation in all fields.
On the other hand, King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz donated SR1 Billion for establishing a new Medical City at the Arab Gulf University in Bahrain as a present from the Saudi people to their Bahraini brethren and all Gulf Countries peoples.
Dr. Khalid bin Abdul-Rahman Al-Ouhali, the Arab Gulf University rector, pointed out that the Un. has been proud on naming this granted Medical City as "King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz Medical City" for the prominent role of Custodian of Two Holy Mosques in supporting both Arab and Islamic Nations. The Saudi King has much supported development and sciences in Gulf Countries to help them keep up with developed countries, he said.
It is worth mentioning that Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques left Riyadh yesterday on a visit to Bahrain after accepting an invitation of the king Hamad bin Eissa of Bahrain, accompanied by a high-class delegation.
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