KUWAIT, Dec 18 (KUNA) -- Senior officials from Red Crescent societies across the Arab Gulf region came together on Tuesday for talks over core issues concerning the charities' agendas.
The meeting, held this year at the headquarters of Kuwait Red Crescent Society (KRCS), has proven instrumental in pushing forward a number of humanitarian endeavors over the years, said the Kuwaiti charity's deputy chairman Anwar Al-Hasawi.
One of the meeting's main objectives is to make sure that Red Crescent Societies in the region work as a cohesive unit in addressing humanitarian disasters all over the world, he added.
He hoped that the talks would yield positive results for the sake of humanity.
Attaching equal importance to the meeting, the Gulf Cooperation Council's (GCC) health director Mehsen Al-Dosari pointed out that Red Crescent societies in the region never failed to deliver much needed aid to the victims of humanitarian disasters. (end)