President of the Republic inspects the conditions of Iraqi pilgrims


12/8/2019 15:41:00
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The President of the Republic, Dr. Barham Salih, inspected the situation of Iraqi pilgrims and the services provided to them in the Holy Land.

 

This came during a call on Sunday 11-8-2019 with the Chairman of the Supreme Commission for Hajj and Umrah Sheikh Dr. Khalid Al-Atiya.

 

During the phone call, the President stressed the importance of providing the best services to the Iraqi pilgrims, and to secure their safe return to the homeland with ease and the need to intensify the efforts being made for the comfort of the pilgrims and their performance.

 

For his part, Al-Attiyah stressed that all the pilgrims performed the Hajj without registering incidents, appreciating the President's support for the work of the Hajj and Umrah Commission, which contributed positively in providing the best services for Iraqi pilgrims in a way that suits their status.

 

 

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