Khalife: Saudi contributed over $100 million to Lebanon health sector

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Lebanese Health Minister Dr. Mohammad Khalife told al Sharq al Awsat newspaper that Saudi Arabia has contributed over $100 to Lebanon’s heath sector since the 2006 war.

Khalife revealed also that Saudi Arabia is a financial contributor to the Lebanese economy. “Saudi deposits in the Lebanese Central Bank and Saudi contributions to the Lebanese infrastructure have contributed greatly to the health of the Lebanese economy , Khalife stressed.

Khalife added that a large number of hospitals in Lebanon was built and equipped with Saudi contributions , including the Hariri Central hospital and and hospitals in south Lebanon

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3 responses to “Khalife: Saudi contributed over $100 million to Lebanon health sector”

  1. Hannibal Avatar

    So where is the money? Don’t convince me that $100 million were spent properly. Fix the water problem and provide free vaccination against Hepatitis A and B, Typhoid, Yellow Fever, diphtheria, Tetanus and the seasonal Flu for ALL citizens. One more thing, please stop talking politics and do the work that the people entrusted you with.

  2. Hannibal Avatar

    So where is the money? Don’t convince me that $100 million were spent properly. Fix the water problem and provide free vaccination against Hepatitis A and B, Typhoid, Yellow Fever, diphtheria, Tetanus and the seasonal Flu for ALL citizens. One more thing, please stop talking politics and do the work that the people entrusted you with.

  3. So where is the money? Don’t convince me that $100 million were spent properly. Fix the water problem and provide free vaccination against Hepatitis A and B, Typhoid, Yellow Fever, diphtheria, Tetanus and the seasonal Flu for ALL citizens. One more thing, please stop talking politics and do the work that the people entrusted you with.

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