SPA – Tunisia:
The President of the Republic of Tunisia, His Excellency President Kais Saied, appreciated the efforts of the State in organizing the Hajj season and raising the level of services rendered to the pilgrims year after year.
In a press statement after bidding farewell to the first group of pilgrims from his country at Tunis-Carthage International Airport, His Majesty said: “Major projects in the sacred sites have helped to facilitate the rituals of Hajj and allow pilgrims to perform rituals.” With ease and confidence.” The farewell ceremony of the first group of 253 Tunisian pilgrims was attended by Tunisian Minister of Religious Affairs Ibrahim Chabi, Tunisian Minister of Transport Rabih Al-Majidi and Ambassador of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques in Tunisia, Dr Abdulaziz bin Ali. Al-Sagar. In a press statement on the occasion, Ambassador Al-Sagar stressed that the Kingdom is honored to use all abilities to serve the pilgrims and perform their rituals in an atmosphere full of peace and faith.