Saudi Arabia commences operational activities for Hajj 2024
Saudi government has officially wrapped up Hajj arrangements for 2024
The start of operations for the Hajj season this year was recently confirmed by the Saudi authorities.
The Saudi Minister of Hajj and Umrah Tawfiq Al-Rabiah made the statement at the conclusion of a four-day Hajj and Umrah Services Conference held in Jeddah.
The conference aimed to highlight Saudi Arabia’s distinctive programmes for Hajj pilgrims, stressing a priority on increasing service quality for Hajj and Umrah.
The summit also underlined a commitment to provide improved services for these sacred journeys and facilitated the entry of pilgrims and Umrah performers worldwide.
At this conference, a number of cutting-edge services and technologies that complemented the goals of Saudi Vision 2030 were introduced.
At the end of the conference, Tawfiq Al-Rabiah expressed gratitude to King Salman, the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques, for his kind support of the third edition of the Hajj and Umrah Services Conference and Exhibition.
The Saudi government is wrapping up plans for the 2024 Hajj and officially ending Hajj arrangements. Most countries have successfully signed Hajj agreements, including Pakistan.
Pakistan has secured approximately 179,000 tickets for the Hajj, with half of these being occupied by private Hajj operators.