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Story on stranded dolphins takes British ambassador to Umluj’s beach

Saudi Gazette report

UMLUJ — Moved by the story on the stranded dolphins, the ambassador of the United Kingdom to Saudi Arabia, Neil Crompton, paid a visit to Umluj on Monday.

The story received a wide response from the media and the public, in addition to attracting volunteers and competent authorities for a successful rescue operation.

During his visit to Umluj, the British ambassador witnessed the beauty of its shores, which are considered one of the most beautiful beaches of the Kingdom and are a destination for much marine life, including dolphins and turtles.

The ambassador expressed his admiration for what the Kingdom’s government is doing and the programs it announced in service of the environment and its…

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