The Ministry of Hajj and Umrah in Saudi Arabia has signed a number of Hajj agreements with 15 delegations from several Islamic countries, as part of the ministry’s early preparations for the Hajj season this year, and as an extension of the efforts made to facilitate the arrival of the guests of Rahman, raise the quality of services provided to them, and enrich their religious and cultural experience, to achieve For the targets of the Saudi Vision 2030 programs, such as the Ministry, Deputy Minister of Hajj and Umrah, Dr. Abdel-Fattah Mashatali, on the sidelines of the “Hajj Expo” conference and exhibition.
The Hajj agreements signed included the quotas allocated to each country, the ports and means of arrival and departure for pilgrims coming from those countries, and the most important procedures governing Hajj affairs.
The Deputy Minister of Hajj and Umrah met with a delegation from Egypt, the UAE, Senegal, Ghana, Chad, Tajikistan, Afghanistan, India, Thailand, South Africa, Kyrgyzstan, Benin, Sri Lanka and Tanzania.
During the meeting, they discussed a number of issues related to the affairs of pilgrims, and discussed arrangements and preparations to serve the guests of the Merciful coming to Makkah Al-Mukarramah and Al-Madinah Al-Munawwarah from all over the world to perform Hajj rituals with ease and tranquility, in light of the continuous support and interest of the Saudi government, in partnership and integration with all government agencies. Especially in the Hajj system in Saudi Arabia.