The Arab Parliament praised Saudi Arabia for organizing this year’s Hajj season efficiently and competently.
Dr. Meshal bin Fahim Al-Salmi, Speaker of the Arab Parliament, congratulated King Salman bin Abdelaziz, the Saudi Crown Prince, Prince Mohammad bin Salman, and the Saudi People on the occasion of the success of this year’s Hajj season, praising the efforts of the Kingdom’s government represented by all ministries, sectors, and authorities concerned with Hajj and their success in managing the largest human gathering during the Hajj season.
Al-Salmi pointed out that all the Saudi authorities have provided all their efforts to provide all necessary for the comfort of pilgrims around the clock with efficiency, dedication, and sincerity, praising the services and facilities provided to the pilgrims to perform their rituals easily and conveniently.
The President of the Arab Parliament confirmed that the success of this year’s Hajj season, witnessed by the whole world, through the pilgrims performing the rites with security and reassurance, enjoying the comprehensive care provided by Saudi Arabia in various aspects needed by pilgrims.
Al-Salmi said that all this has been achieved thanks to God and then under the direct supervision of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques, King Salman and the Crown Prince, Mohammad Bin Salman as well as the efforts of all parties and ministries concerned to serve the pilgrims.
The President of the Arab Parliament praised the delicate plans and great efforts made by Saudi Arabia to manage the Hajj season in the light of an integrated security and health system to serve the pilgrims, and the work and services that have been developed in Mecca and the holy sites, which have contributed effectively in facilitating the Hajj rites and creating a suitable atmosphere for performing the rites.
Al-Salmi stressed that the results achieved during the current Hajj season reflected the level of capabilities and the great organizational skills reached by Saudi Arabia in crowd management, which enabled pilgrims to perform the rites.