Jeddah, SPA :
Crown Prince Mohammed bin Naif bin Abdulaziz, the Deputy Premier and the Minister of Interior, who is also the President of the Supreme Hajj Committee asserted here last night, that the leadership of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia was and is still keen since its inception to provide pilgrims with the best service, in praise of the Almighty on this great honor which has been given to the kingdom to serve the Two Holy Mosques and their visitors.
This came in the folds of the word of the Crown Prince delivered at the end of a meeting, which was held this evening under his chairmanship, to review the security plans for the season of Umrah, of this year, to receive the pilgrims, in Makkah, and visitors of Medina, in the presence Prince Khalid Al-Faisal bin Abdulaziz, Advisor to the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques, the Governor of Makkah Region and the chairman of Hajj Central Committee.
"I thank and appreciate my brother, Prince Khalid Al-Faisal bin Abdulaziz, his efforts to serve the Two Holy Mosques, permanent presence at meetings, in this regard, strengthens the morale of everyone", the Crown Prince stated.
He expressed pride in the efforts of all who work in the service of pilgrims, visitors to the House of God and the Mosque of the Prophet peace be upon him, thanking God for the role undertaken by fellow security officers, who are doing jobs entrusted to them to the fullest, winning, hence, fellow citizens and pilgrims' confidence in them, and as they proved that they are entitled people to this confidence. of pilgrims and visitors in this holy month of Ramadan and other months," the Crown Prince said.
"We thank God the Almighty for the blessing bestowed on our country, which is the greatest, and for it to embrace the Grand Mosque and the Holy Messenger Mosque, to and serve worshippers, from the corners of the earth and for awarding to this country with a rational leadership that employs all physical and human potentials to the serve Islam and take care of Muslims, inside and outside the Kingdom, as well, the Crown Prince concluded.