Qatari pilgrims praise services in Saudi at Salwa border crossing

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A number of Qatari pilgrims expressed their happiness upon their arrival in Saudi Arabia through the Salwa border crossing to perform pilgrimage this year.

They do so whilst noting the role of the Kingdom in the service of the two holy mosques and the services and facilities provided to them at the port.

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Similarly. they praised the good reception they received upon arrival. They also pointed out that their passage into the port from the passport lounge all the way to customs was swift and no obstacles were faced.

The Saudi Press Agency toured the Salwa border crossing and met a number of Qatari pilgrims. Ali bin Masoud Al Marri expressed his happiness to go to Mecca to perform Hajj this year. Al Marri also praised the services and facilities provided by Salwa Port, whether it was the passports or customs sections. “We did not face any obstacles while passing through,” he said.

Al Marri asked God to prolong the life of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, stressing the unity and brotherhood between the Saudi and Qatari people.

On his partt, Obeid Jaber praised the facilitation and movement within the port, stressing that Saudi Arabia is known for its service to the two Holy Mosques in Mecca and Madinah, expressing his love for the Kingdom and his happiness in performing Hajj this year.

Jaber also noted that the traffic in the port from the passport lounge to customs was very easy, without any obstacles.

Similarly. Salim bin Rashid Al Marri alo confirmed that the traffic and customs movement at the port was smooth and easy. He said that the Salwa employees completed their procedures very quickly. “I did not face any obstacles or delays. The center was excellent,” he said while praising the Kingdom's role in serving the two holy mosques.

Al Marri stressed saying “Qataris are brothers and sisters”, and that the people of both countries have goodness in them.

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