Saudi Arabia receives 20 thousand pilgrims from abroad and inside next month

The Ministry of Hajj and Umrah in Saudi Arabia revealed today, Saturday, that it will receive 20,000 pilgrims from inside and outside the Kingdom, starting from August 10.

Today, Okaz Online newspaper quoted a spokesman for the Ministry of Hajj and Umrah, Eng. Hisham Saeed, as saying that these pilgrims “constitute the first batches after the end of the Hajj season, indicating that their trips will include a visit to Medina.

Reservations will be made to perform Umrah through the “Umrahna” application.

He added that the arrival of pilgrims from outside the Kingdom is available for those coming from countries from which arrival has not been suspended, and according to what is decided by the Ministry of Health and the General Authority of Civil Aviation,” noting that “the number of pilgrims will be increased gradually in the coming periods.”

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