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President Saleh leaves Saudi hospital
[07/August/2011]

RIYADH, August 07 (Saba)- President Ali Abdullah Saleh left on Sunday the military hospital in the Saudi capital Riyadh and moved to the Saudi Royal Hospitality Residence.

The doctors allowed the President to leave the hospital for recuperation and he will return to the hospital now and then to undergo necessary medical checks and tests.

The president expressed deep gratitude and appreciation to Saudi King Abdullah Bin Abdul-Aziz and to the Saudi government and people for the great hospitality, care and attention that was shown to him and the Yemeni officials that were treated in the kingdom's hospitals.

He praised the advanced level of military medical services in the kingdom and expressed pride for the Saudi and Arab medical and scientific competencies and cadres who work in the medical field in the kingdom, which are considered sources of pride to the kingdom and the Arab nation.

When leaving the hospital, Doctor Kattab al-Utaybi, director of military medical services and head of the Military Hospital in Riyadh and the hospital staff were present to bid farewell to President Saleh.

The president expressed his gratitude and appreciation to them for the great medical care and for the efforts they made during the treatment he and high-level state and government officials received in the hospital.

He wished them success in the humanitarian missions.

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UPDATED ON : Sat, 20 Sep 2014 17:37:01 +0300