Manpower Minister Mohammed Saafan follows Egyptian labor office in the Egyptian consulate in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, the compensation and benefits of Egyptian pharmacist Ahmed Taha Hassan, who was killed last Thursday, seven left by a Saudi citizen in the Jazan area and working at the pharmacy Al Nahdi. Sending the body in coordination with the consulate and providing the ministry with a report as soon as the other circumstances are known.
The minister received a report through work counselor Othman Ramadan at the Egyptian consulate in Jeddah, where he stressed that the consulate had sent a delegate to identify the circumstances of the incident. The Bureau of Labor follows and identifies an agent by his family to find the burial site in Egypt or the Kingdom. Immediately after the trial is completed, the consulate also follows legal investigations into the killing of the Egyptian pharmacist.
The minister expressed his sincere condolences to the deceased's family and that God would be patient and patient.