King Khalid University (KKU), represented by the Deanship of Student Affairs launched last week, a convoy entitled "With decisiveness, hope returns" which was arranged by the Voluntary Work Club. The purpose of the convoy was to support and sustain the brave soldiers in the southern border who sacrifice themselves for the sake of religion and the homeland.
Attending the launching of the convoy, the Rector of the University Prof. Abdulrahman Hamad AlDawood and a considerable number of the University Vice - Presidents, the Deans of health faculties, the Dean of Student Affairs, Dr. Merria Saad Al-Habash, and a number of the Vice - Presidents of Student Affairs Deanship.
After the launching, the convoy, led by the Rector, headed to its first of the destinations; a field visit to the Armed Forces Hospital in Khamis Mushayt. There, the delegation of the University was received by the hospital Director and a number of doctors and officers. During the visit, the delegation reassured the injured soldiers in the various sections of the hospital of their supports at all times. In return, the visit had a positive impression on our brave soldiers.
In the next day, the convoy which now included students headed, to Dhahran Al-Janoub to visit the soldiers stationed on the Saudi - Yemeni border at Alab port. The delegation was received by a number of officers and individuals, led by His Excellency the Commander of the Border Guards in Dhahran Al-Janoub. Furthermore, the convoy presented gifts to the soldiers in addition to the spiritual support.
In turn, the leadership of border guards provided the delegation with armored and modern cars which are designed and equipped with the latest technology against any possible attacks. After that, the delegation headed on, to visit the soldiers who were stationed on the front lines. It is noteworthy that the delegation which visited Dhahran Al-Janoub was headed by His Excellency the President of the Student Clubs at King Khalid University, Prof. Raed Al-Qahtani.
For their part, a number of visiting students expressed their pride in what they saw of the advanced weapons and equipments in the possession of our soldiers. They also admired the high spiritual spirit that distinguished our soldiers who are stationed on the border. They prayed to God to preserve our dear country from all harm.