National Society for Human Rights Commends Saudi Leadership on Human Rights Support

Riyadh: In a humanitarian gesture, the Saudi government has announced that it will cover the fees for adjusting the residency status of displaced people from neighboring countries. The Chairman of the National Society for Human Rights, Khaled bin Abdul Rahman Al Fakhri, emphasized that this step underscores the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia’s commitment to human rights and its concern for all individuals living within its borders.

The initiative includes residency fees, fees for dependents of displaced individuals, and fines associated with violations of the residency system. This initiative will enhance the livelihoods of thousands of displaced individuals, granting them the opportunity for a respectable life and a more promising future.

Source: Saudi Press Agency