Sheikh Abdul Al-Sudais and Bandar Hajar signed MOU on Hajj services

In a proposal to rationalize the operations of all of the agencies and ministries concerned to Umrah and Hajj within Saudi Government, the concerned authorities are engaged in enhancing the coordination between the different ministries to make good arrangements for the pilgrims and also to present a good picture of the nation.

Head of the Presidency of the Affairs of 02 Holy Mosques, Sheikh Abdul Rahman Al-Sudais and Hajj Minister Hajar, signed an MOU in this respect on Thursday. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Information and different other ministries were also expected to arrive. Sources said that they had to serve pilgrims efficiently and ascertain to a quick action in case of, if there is any constraint involving Umrah and Hajj pilgrims.

Sheikh Abdul Rahman Al-Sudais made the decision to improve the coordination and cooperation between various ministries and agencies engaged, and had paid his regards to King Abdullah, the custodian of the 02 Holy Mosques, also to Crown Prince Salman and to Deputy Crown Prince Muqri. He also praised the services of Mohammed bin Naif, the Interior Minister Prince and Mishaal bin Abdullah, the Makkah Government Prince.

Further to this he said that besides the services of the Presidency of the Two Holy Mosques Affairs and the Ministry of Hajj, the Ministry of Culture and Information also partakes an important task in stressing the services for the guests of Allah.

Hajar said that today MOU would be given shape to the services being offered to the pilgrims and the constructive and integrated cooperation between the presidency and Hajj Ministry and will ensure maximum comfort to pilgrims.