Pakistan and Saudi sign MoUs to facilitate Pakistani Pilgrims


Different agreements and Memorandums of Understanding have been signed by Pakistan and Saudi Arabia to provide better facilities to Pakistani pilgrims during Hajj 2024.

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According to the media reports, Director General Hajj, Ministry of Religious Affairs signed these agreements and MoUs on behalf of the government of Pakistan today (Thursday, January 11).

Speaking on the occasion, Caretaker Federal Minister for Religious Affairs and Interfaith Harmony Aneeq Ahmed, who was also present at the signing ceremony, said that Pakistani pilgrims would be provided a better place at Mina and Arafat during this year’s Hajj. He also appreciated the authorities of the Ministry of Religious Affairs for their hectic and consistent efforts to provide better facilities to the pilgrims during Hajj as compared to last year.