Ministry of Hajj and Umrah Launches Second Jusoor Initiative in Riyadh to Highlight Pilgrim Services

Saudi Arabia's efforts in organizing Hajj and services for pilgrims
Saudi Arabia's efforts in organizing Hajj and services for pilgrims

The Ministry of Hajj and Umrah launched the second edition of the Jusoor Initiative in Riyadh on Sunday, aimed at highlighting the Kingdom’s efforts in serving pilgrims and ensuring a seamless arrival experience at the Two Holy Mosques.

The event, held under the patronage of the Minister of Hajj and Umrah, Dr. Tawfiq bin Fawzan Al-Rabiah, witnessed the presence of several ambassadors and members of the diplomatic corps of the European Union, the Americas, Australia, and some other countries.

The initiative seeks to foster global connections and showcase the services provided by the Kingdom to pilgrims.

Al-Rabiah emphasized the unwavering commitment to transforming the Hajj and Umrah journeys into all-encompassing experiences that fulfill the pilgrims’ aspirations.

Highlighting the ongoing development endeavors in the Two Holy Mosques and the holy sites, he underscored the objective of accommodating a maximum number of pilgrims while enhancing service efficiency, aligning with the goals of Saudi Vision 2030.

At the heart of the Jusoor Initiative lies Nusuk, the official platform in charge of offering Hajj services to residents in Europe, the Americas, Australia, and several European and African countries.

This innovative platform streamlines the issuance of Hajj visas, simplifies arrival procedures, provides pre-planning options, and offers an array of Hajj packages through authorized service providers.