The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA) has issued a royal decree (announcement) which rebuilt visit, travel and Hajj strategies including wiping out of repeat Umrah charges.
As indicated by Arab News, Minister for Hajj and Umrah Dr Mohammad Salih Bentin, paid his appreciation to ruler Salman and Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman for issuing the Royal announcement.
“The royal decree is a part of the leadership’s keenness to encourage the entry of Muslims from everywhere throughout the world to perform Hajj and Umrah,” he said.
The announcement in the decree reflects about the kingdom’s status to get the expanding number of travelers because of enormous foundation ventures and the improvement of administrations in Makkah, Madina and other sacred spots, he included.
The minister said that the announcement is issued in line of Vision 2030 change plan as it bolsters its target which is to get 30 million Umrah pilgrims by that year, and to give them extraordinary facilities so they can perform their religious commitments in solace and serenity.
This year, ‘Road to Makkah venture’ for Hajj pilgrims was introduced to encourage travelers by shortening their travelling time as passengers would almost certainly clear immigration at local airports, however the office has begun at the Islamabad airport just starting at now.