The Egyptian Ministry of Manpower said that the assailants of the Egyptian pharmacist in Saudi Arabia came in a car bearing a Kuwaiti plate, confirming that it is following up investigations into this incident.
The official spokesman and media advisor to the Ministry of Manpower, Haitham Saad Eddin, explained the details of the incident, saying: “The minister received a report through the labor attaché, Ahmed Rajai, head of the Labor Representation Office in Riyadh, in which he revealed the details of the incident of some people’s assault on the Egyptian pharmacist, Ahmed Muhammad Abu Ghoneim, who works in one of the pharmacies in the Al-Thamamah neighborhood in Riyadh, where the pharmacist was working in the evening shift and someone entered asking for a drug, so the pharmacist apologized to him that he was not present, so the customer gave him the picture of the drug on the mobile, thinking that the pharmacist did not verify the name of the required drug, so he repeated The pharmacist apologized for the lack of the required medicine, so the person was only verbally insulting, insulting the pharmacist, and leaving the pharmacy.
He completed the details of the incident by saying: “The person (the customer) returned to the pharmacy once again, accompanied by five independent persons, two cars bearing the number of the State of Kuwait. He attacked him with a white weapon, and they all assaulted him, and he tried to defend himself. “
He added, “After the attack on him, they all fled, leaving the pharmacist seriously injured.”
For its part, the Saudi police came to the scene of the accident, and the cameras were emptied at the pharmacy to find out the identity of the assailants. A report was drawn up on the incident No. 4294500790, Al Thumama Police Station, and the perpetrators were searched for.
The pharmacist was also transferred to the hospital to receive the necessary treatment, and his condition was stabilized due to the superficiality of the wounds. A medical report on his health condition was prepared, and the Labor Representation Office followed it up in cooperation with the Egyptian Consulate in Riyadh, “first hand.”