Agreements inked to serve Indonesian pilgrims in hajj
Agreements were signed providing an expected 168,000 pilgrims from Indonesia with various necessary services
The establishment of Pilgrim Guides of South East Asian Countries signed on Thursday a number of agreements and contracts covering the main services to be provided to Indonesian pilgrims during this year’s hajj. The number of pilgrims coming from Indonesia is expected to reach nearly 168,000 pilgrims.
The contracts and agreements included providing various necessary services for the comfort and safety of pilgrims for the duration of their presence in Makkah and the holy sites, particularly with regards to food and camps in pilgrims’ housing sites in the holy places.
The Consul of Hajj and Chairman of the Indonesian Pilgrimage Affairs Office Dr. Ahmed Demyati Busre praised the services and programs provided by the Saudi government, represented by the Ministry of Hajj and the Establishment of Pilgrim Guides of South East Asian Countries, to serve and care for pilgrims.
This was first published in The Saudi Gazette.
- Saudi artist sues Swatch for plagiarism of Hajj-inspired picture
- Bangladesh ex-minister surrenders after hajj criticism
- Saudi ministry of hajj unveils 25-year strategic plan
- Saudi Arabia has hosted 25 million hajj pilgrims in 10 years
- Firms delaying hajj flights to face fines: Saudi airport official