Uzbekistan and King Salman Center Collaborate on Humanitarian Projects

Uzbekistan and King Salman Center

Riyadh, The Gulf Observer: Bahromjon Aloyev, the First Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of Uzbekistan, held a significant meeting with Abdullah al-Rabiya, the head of the King Salman Center for Humanitarian and Humanitarian Aid, in Riyadh yesterday, as reported by Uzbek media.

During the meeting, representatives from both Uzbekistan and the King Salman Center discussed the center’s participation in various programs aimed at enhancing social protection and healthcare services for the Uzbek population.

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Uzbekistan shared insights on the ongoing initiatives within the country’s social protection and healthcare sectors, inviting the King Salman Center to contribute to these efforts. Following constructive discussions, an agreement was reached to implement a $3 million project focusing on open heart surgery and the installation of stents for individuals in Uzbekistan requiring social protection.

This collaborative endeavor underscores the commitment of both Uzbekistan and the King Salman Center to address critical healthcare needs and provide essential medical services to vulnerable segments of the population.

The project’s implementation is anticipated to significantly impact the lives of those in Uzbekistan who are in need of specialized medical interventions, particularly in the realm of cardiovascular health.

The fruitful discussions between Bahromjon Aloyev and Abdullah al-Rabiya exemplify the ongoing efforts to strengthen bilateral cooperation and humanitarian assistance between Uzbekistan and the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.