First Batch of Kyrgyz Hajj Pilgrims Heads to Saudi Arabia

The first group of Kyrgyz pilgrims departed from Osh International Airport today, heading to Saudi Arabia to perform Hajj 2024, reported Saudi Press Agency (SPA).

Ambassador of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques to the Kyrgyz Republic, Ibrahim bin Radi Al-Radi, has bidden farewell to the pilgrims and wished them a smooth and seamless journey at the Kingdom.

The Mufti of the Muslims of Kyrgyzstan, Abdulaziz Zakrov, has expressed his sincere gratitude to the Saudi authorities for facilitating all Hajj procedures and providing pilgrims with extraordinary services.

Saudi Arabia has embarked on a wide range of preparations aimed at providing the pilgrims with smooth and comfortable journey.

The Kingdom has successfully integrated religious digital services, widely invested in technology and artificial intelligence, and professionally promoted applications and digital media.

During this season, it offers a special system using GPS and interactive digital maps to help pilgrims move around the holy sites.

The digital interactive map shows directions to all the facilities provided by the General Authority for the Care of the Affairs of the Grand Mosque and the Prophet’s Mosque. They include doors, the library, restrooms, guidance offices, and the service of providing manual and electric carts, escalators, elevators, field hospitals, bridges, and maintenance and work areas.

Furthermore, the Presidency of Religious Affairs of the Grand Mosque and the Prophet’s Mosque has recently unveiled the operational plan for the Hajj season of 1445H.

The Presidency has also approved the launch of 1,000 Quran memorization programs to spread Quran’s morals and moderate messages across the world.

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