Saudi minister discusses plans to boost services for Hajj pilgrims from Iran
Saudi Minister of Hajj Muhammad Saleh bin Taher Benten inspected on Thursday the headquarters of the National Foundation for pilgrims of Iran.
The Minister discussed strategies to develop services provided and procedures to improve the mechanisms of work and the overall performance.
He also discussed with the Chairman of the Board of Directors of the National Foundation for the pilgrims of Iran the work plans and the operational strategies prepared by the Foundation for the Hajj season this year as well as services development proposals provided by the Foundation to Iranian pilgrims coming from abroad this season.
More than 83,000 pilgrims and 2,400 officials will be coming from the Islamic Republic of Iran to perform Hajj.
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