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Cabinet: Kingdom won’t allow Hajj to be disturbed

Cabinet: Kingdom won’t allow Hajj to be disturbed
3 Nov
E-Media:
Riyadh - The Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz Al Saud chaired the cabinet's session held yesterday and listened to a report on preparations taken by all sectors concerned with the services of pilgrims who began arriving in the kingdom.
In a statement  to Saudi Press Agency, Minister of Culture and Information Dr. Abdulaziz Khoja ,said the cabinet stressed in this regard that the kingdom's policy does not allow anyone to disrupt Hajj, undermine Hajj's security or divide Muslims" ranks, calling on all pilgrims to avoid anything that might disrupt Hajj, and advised all to benefit from their presence in the holy places to worship God and adhere to Hajj's legal goals .
The cabinet authorized the Second Deputy Premier, Minister of Interior-or his deputy-to discuss a draft cooperation agreement in the field of civil defense between the government of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the government of Qatar and to sign it in light of the text attached to the decision and in the framework of the Saudi-Qatari Coordination Council.
The cabinet approved a memorandum of understanding attached to a protocol between the government of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the government of China for cooperation in the sectors of oil, gas and minerals endorsed by the royal decree.
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