Saudi Arabia’s Ministry Of Hajj And Umrah Takes Away the Licences Of Five Companies And Sends Them To The Proper Authorities
The Ministry of Hajj and Umrah in Saudi Arabia has taken away the licenses of five Umrah companies for not doing what they were supposed to do for pilgrims and for not
following the rules for regulating Umrah services for pilgrims and visitors to make sure
they are of the highest quality.
The ministry made it clear that it receives all comments and complaints and takes care of them right away.
This is to make sure that pilgrims have a better experience and are given the
highest quality standards so they can do their rituals calmly and easily.
The ministry also made it clear that it won’t stand for complacency or negligence when it comes to serving pilgrims.
The ministry said that it started getting requests last Thursday to give visas to pilgrims from
all over the world who want to do Umrah and visit the Prophet’s Mosque.
The first group of pilgrims from both inside and outside the Kingdom will arrive on July 29.
The ministry also said that pilgrims can get permits from inside the Kingdom through the Umrah app.
This is part of an integrated system of services that emphasizes the need to follow health
measures to keep pilgrims and visitors safe and healthy and to make it easier for Umrah rituals to be done.
Saudi Arabia’s Ministry Of Hajj