Saudi Minister of Hajj and Umra, Dr. Mohammed Saleh bin Taher Binten, met at his office here today with head of Iran’s Hajj and pilgrimage organization, Hamid Mohammadi, and the accompanying delegation.
During the meeting, they discussed a number of issues pertaining to the affairs of Iranian pilgrims coming for the upcoming Hajj season.
Mohammadi said talks focused on pilgrimage plans and commitments towards the Saudi authorities and relevant organizations to organize Hajj affairs, and the number of Iranian pilgrims during his scheduled talks with Saudi officials.
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