The British consulate in Jeddah has said 20,000 pilgrims will arrive to Saudi Arabia to perform Hajj later this month.
Deputy Consul General Kabir Rahman said that Hajj services have been greatly developed this year.
In a meeting, the consultant discussed issues concerning British pilgrims and the preparations carried out by the Establishment of Motawifs of Pilgrims of Turkey, Muslims of Europe, America and Australia to serve the pilgrims and discuss their housing and transportation.
The British consultant expressed how appreciative he is towards the efforts done by Saudi Arabia to serve the 20,000 pilgrims where they will be receiving housing, transport, subsistence and other services that will benefit them during their stay in Saudi Arabia.
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