Secretary-General of the Royal Humanitarian Foundation (RHF), Dr. Mustafa Al-Sayed, received here today the Sudanese Ambassador to Bahrain, Ibrahim Mohammed Al-Hassan Ahmed.

They discussed the current humanitarian situation in Sudan, and the suffering of the Sudanese people due to floods over the past period.

Dr. Al-Sayed commended the efforts exerted by the ambassador to enhance bilateral relations and cooperation across various fields.

He lauded the depth of the fraternal Bahraini-Sudanese relations, wishing Sudan and its brotherly people further progress and prosperity.

The Sudanese Ambassador lauded the interest of His Majesty King Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa, RHF’s Honorary President, in charity and humanitarian work, as well as his keenness to provide relief aid to needy and stricken people in various countries.

He paid tribute to the Representative of HM the King for Humanitarian Work and Youth Affairs and RHF's Board of Trustees Chairman, His Highness Shaikh Nasser bin Hamad Al Khalifa, for leading the RHF’s humanitarian and charity work.

In this regard, he praised the RHF’s achievements in delivering services and implementing development projects in various countries, which, he said, has contributed effectively to strengthening the psychological security and stability of the beneficiaries.

He affirmed that Bahrain is a leader in supporting stricken people across various countries, noting that under the leadership of HH Shaikh Nasser, the RHF has implemented its projects with outstanding professionalism.

He said that the devastating floods in his country, which affected most states, have led to the injury and death of hundreds of citizens, destruction of homes and agricultural crops and death of a large number of animals.