Saudi Arabia’s Minister of Hajj and Umrah reviews readiness of the holy places

(FILES) In this file photo taken on April 27, 2020, worshippers perform Isha prayer while keeping distance between them next to the Kaaba in Mecca's Grand Mosque, Islam's holiest site. - Saudi Arabia announced it would hold a "very limited" hajj this year owing to the coronavirus pandemic, with pilgrims already in the kingdom allowed to take part. © AFP/STR

Saudi Arabia’s minister of Hajj and Umrah Dr. Muhammad Saleh bin Taher Banten has reviewed the readiness of the reception headquarters of pilgrims for this year’s Hajj and reviewed preparations for their reception and housing.

Dr. Muhammad Saleh Banten visited the camp of pilgrims in Arafat and was briefed on procedures for their move to Arafat.

He also visited Muzdalifah and Mina. The Minister of Hajj and Umrah made a press statement to highlight preparations for Hajj and stressed the keenness of the government of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques to provide everything that would serve pilgrims.