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Aramco Korea recognized for 1 billion won donation

Aramco Korea’s Representative Director Fahad A. Al-Sahali, right, and Hope Bridge’s Chairperson Song Pil-ho pose at a ceremony ceremony held at Hope Bridge’s headquarters in western Seoul, Wednesday. [ARAMCO KOREA]

Aramco Korea’s Representative Director Fahad A. Al-Sahali, right, and Hope Bridge’s Chairperson Song Pil-ho pose at a ceremony ceremony held at Hope Bridge’s headquarters in western Seoul, Wednesday. [ARAMCO KOREA]

Aramco Korea was recognized by the Hope Bridge Korea Disaster Relief Association (Hope Bridge) for its contribution of 1 billion won ($832,000) to help curb the spread of Covid-19 in the country.  
 
The March 2020 donation has been utilized for a range of relief efforts undertaken by Hope Bridge, including support for frontline medical workers providing emergency food vouchers to affected individuals and distributing hand-sanitizing wipes and hand sanitizers to facilities in need.  
 
“In the face of an unprecedented disruption caused by Covid-19 in Korea and around the globe, we are proud to stand together with Korea to face the challenge with a strong and united approach through the partnership with Hope Bridge,” said Fahad A. Al-Sahali, Aramco Korea’s representative director.  
 
Aramco Korea is a fully-owned subsidiary of Aramco, which has contributed $6.7 million to support healthcare and disaster relief organizations around the globe. The company is also the controlling shareholder of S-Oil, with a 63.41 percent stake, and owns 17 percent of Hyundai Oilbank.  
 
By Song Kyoung-son
 
 
 

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