Saudi Arabia’s Ministry of Haj has unveiled plans to further strengthen the electronic regulations to improve the services as well as streamline the arrival and departure of pilgrims with the beginning of the Umrah season on Nov. 23 (Safar 1).
Saudi ministry: Umrah season begins on Nov. 23
A total of 6.15 million foreign pilgrims took part in last year's Umrah season. (Shutterstock)
Saudi Gazette, Jeddah
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