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Coalition offered $17.6bn in aid to Yemen in three years


The member countries of the Saudi-led Arab Coalition to Support Legitimacy in Yemen have provided a total of $17.6 billion worth of assistance in three years.
“Out of this assistance, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, accounted for more than $11.5 billion,” said Dr Abdullah Al Rabeeah, the Supervisor-General of the King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Centre, at a press conference on Saturday, which was attended by Sultan Mohammed Al Shamsi, Assistant UAE Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation for International Development, and other coalition officials.

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