Saudi government is formally closing arrangements, finalising preparations for 2024 Hajj
The authorities in Saudi Arabia have recently announced the commencement of operational activities for this year’s Hajj season.
The Saudi Minister of Hajj and Umrah Tawfiq Al-Rabiah made the announcement at the conclusion of a four-day Hajj and Umrah Services Conference held in Jeddah.
The conference aimed to highlight Saudi Arabia’s exclusive projects for Hajj pilgrims, underlining a dedication to improving service quality for Hajj and Umrah.
The meeting also emphasised a commitment to offering improved services for these holy journeys and eased the entry of pilgrims and Umrah performers worldwide.
Many innovative services and technology were unveiled at this event, all of which supported Saudi Vision 2030’s objectives.
Tawfiq Al-Rabiah thanked King Salman, the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques, for his kind sponsorship of the third iteration of the Hajj and Umrah Services Conference and Exhibition at the conclusion of the conference.
The Saudi government is formally closing Hajj arrangements and finalising preparations for the 2024 Hajj. Pakistan included, the majority of nations have succesfully signed Hajj agreements.
About 179,000 seats for the Hajj have been obtained by Pakistan; private Hajj operators will occupy half of these seats.