Hajj Pilgrims satisfied with Saudi's services at Halat Ammar crossingtext_fields
Jeddah: Hajj pilgrims have been expressing their satisfaction with the services provided through the welcome effort carried out by Saudi Arabian administration at the Halat Ammar border crossing. They are thanking King Salman's support for his Muslim brothers, Arab News reported.
Some pilgrims said they pray for the well-being of Saudi Arabia and its people.
One of the pilgrims said that the authorities provided the best of service, and therefore, she would like to thank and appreciate the hospitality experience. She said that the efforts reflect the Kingdom's interest in serving Allah's guests from all corners of the world who were in Saudi to perform Hajj.
Al-Humaidat prayed for Saudi Arabia and its people to be protected from evil. He also called for Allah to perpetuate his blessings of security and safety upon Saudi Arabia.
Saudi administration continues welcoming pilgrims at the Halat Ammar border crossing with the integration of services from civil, military and government agencies. The system intends to improve the quality of services provided by the Kingdom's government. Pilgrims start receiving the service the moment they land in the Kingdom until they take off for departure.
The services here are under the direct monitoring of Tabuk Gov. Prince Fahd bin Sultan bin Abdulaziz along with the region's Hajj work committee.