The authorities in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA) are gearing up for a Haj season 2023/1444 AH, which is expected to start on Monday, June 26.
This week, the authorities in the Saudi city of Makkah reviewed plans and preparations for the Haj season, the Saudi Press Agency (SPA) reported.
The Central Haj Committee met in Makkah and discussed the projects implemented in the holy sites to receive the expected large numbers of pilgrims from inside and outside the Kingdom to perform Haj this year.
The meeting, chaired by the Deputy Governor of the Makkah Region, Prince Badr bin Sultan, touched upon the readiness of the facilities and facilities set up in the holy places to serve the pilgrims.
It is worth noting that more than 4,000 housing permits have been issued so far, and more than 19,000 buses have been prepared.
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