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Gulf Air signs accord with Royal foundation to transport aid

September 7, 2022
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Bahrain's Royal Humanitarian Foundation has signed a cooperation agreement with Gulf Air to transport humanitarian relief to flood victims in Pakistan.

The agreement follows the royal directives of His Majesty King Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa, assigning the Royal Humanitarian Foundation led by Shaikh Nasser bin Hamad Al Khalifa, Representative of His Majesty the King for Humanitarian Works and Youth Affairs, to provide urgent humanitarian aid to the flood victims in Pakistan.

The agreement was signed by Dr Mustafa Al Sayed, Secretary General of the Royal Humanitarian Foundation, and Captain Waleed AlAlawi Acting Chief Executive Officer of Gulf Air.

Dr Al Sayed praised the existing cooperation between the Royal Humanitarian Foundation and Gulf Air, which represents the principles of corporate social responsibility; appreciating the continuous cooperation by Minister of Industry and Commerce, Chairman of the Board of Directors of Gulf Air Zayed R Alzayani, in sponsoring and supporting the charitable and humanitarian work done by the Royal Humanitarian Foundation in implementing the directives of His Majesty the King.

He also praised the efforts of Captain Waleed AlAlawi in supporting the humanitarian work carried out by the foundation, stressing that Gulf Air is one of the first companies in providing assistance and serving the Bahraini community, as the airline is known for its fondness of charity work, and for supporting numerous humanitarian projects.

Dr Al Sayed said the foundation is working to prepare a shipment of urgent relief aid which contains relief and medical materials.

Captain AlAlawi praised the royal directives to help flood victims in Pakistan, highlighting the great role of His Majesty the King in helping the needy and providing relief to the afflicted in various countries of the world, and praising the efforts of Shaikh Nasser.

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