‘Guests of God Service’ Program Hails Saudi Invitation to Perform Hajj 2024

A number of guests of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques Program for Hajj, Umrah and Visitation expressed sincere gratitude for the kind invitation they received to perform Hajj 2024, reported Saudi Press Agency (SPA).

They confirmed that such an invitation stands as a testament to Saudi Arabia’s ultimate care for Islam and Muslims.

The secretary-general of the Islamic Society of Vietnam, Mustafa Yusuf, commended the Kingdom’s efforts to provide the guests of God with smooth and seamless services that meet their expectations.

'Guests of God Service' Program Hails Saudi Invitation to Perform Hajj 2024

“These efforts are tangible and honorable. They are not limited to serving pilgrims only, but rather they extend to include Makkah and Madinah,” said Yusuf.

He added that Saudi Arabia’s generosity continues to overcome all obstacles for Muslims to perform pilgrimage rituals with ease and comfort.

Haji Murad of Uzbekistan praised the initiative and thanked the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman for launching various humanitarian initiatives and the Ministry of Islamic Affairs, Call and Guidance for its efforts in efficiently implementing the initiative.

Abdul Wali Abdul Baqi, guest of the program from Uzbekistan, and a correspondent on Uzbek state television, said that his heart swelled with happiness as this is his first time to see the Holy Kaaba.

'Guests of God Service' Program Hails Saudi Invitation to Perform Hajj 2024

The Guests of God Service Program is a promising initiative aimed at welcoming large numbers of pilgrims, facilitating their access to the Two Holy Mosques, and ensuring they receive high-quality services through the state-of-the-art technology in Saudi Arabia.

King Salman inaugurated the program in 2019, as one of the key reform plans outlined by the Saudi Vision 2030.

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