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Kuwait Hajj mission chief urges adhering to Saudi laws

Kuwait Hajj mission chief urges adhering to Saudi laws


Chief of Kuwaiti pilgrimage mission Dr. Bader Al-Mutairi on Sunday stressed the need to adhere to the special systems and laws in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

This came in a statement to KUNA by Dr. Al-Mutairi, also the Undersecretary of the Ministry of Al-Awqaf and Islamic Affairs, following a meeting between the head of the mission and his deputy and assistant undersecretary for information and external relations of the Ministry of Al-Awqaf Mohammad Al-Mutairi, along with heads of the tasked commissions.

Dr. Al-Mutairi expressed his thanks to the Ambassador of Saudi Arabia to Kuwait Prince Sultan bin Saad Al-Saud and to the staff of the Saudi Embassy in Kuwait for their cooperation and coordination with the Ministry of Awqaf and Islamic Affairs.

He also expressed his thanks to all the parties participating in the mission for their dedication and work.

For his part, Consul General of Kuwait in Jeddah and its Permanent Representative to the Organization of Islamic Cooperation Mohammad Al-Mutairi confirmed
in a similar statement the consulate’s preparations for Hajj through its plans that were put in place early to facilitate and ease the work of the Supreme Hajj Committee.

The meeting was attended by representatives of the Ministry of Awqaf and Islamic Affairs, Ministry of Health, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Ministry of Information, Ministry of Interior, the General Fire Force, the Public Authority for Youth, the Public Authority for Food and Nutrition, and Kuwait Red Crescent Society at the mission headquarters in Makkah.

The meeting discussed topics related to the services provided to the pilgrims of Kuwait and reviewed the Hajj mission plan.

Source: Kuwait News Agency