Over 100,000 Iraqi pilgrims enter Kingdom through Jadidat Arar land port
The Jadidat Arar land port in the Northern Border Region, since the start of the Umrah season, has received more than 100,000 Umrah performers coming from the Republic of Iraq.
The port has an integrated system of services to provide the best customs facilities with ease, thus ensuring the provision of services with high quality to enrich the religious and cultural experience of Umrah performers.
The Saudi Press Agency (SPA) toured the Jadidat Arar Land Port to document the arrival of buses and private vehicles and the services and facilities provided by the relevant authorities.
Several Iraqi pilgrims expressed their thanks and appreciation to the government of Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman and the Crown Prince for the care that the visitors of the Two Holy Mosques always receive and for the services provided by the concerned authorities related to the affairs of Hajj and pilgrims.
The Iraqi pilgrims, at the same time, praised the facilities and services offered to them at the port.
Umrah performer Faraj Alissawi expressed thanks to all who contribute to the service of the visitors of the Two Holy Mosques, foremost among them the government of Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman and the Crown Prince.
For his part, Hussein Ali Gadi praised the integrated services he witnessed, asking Allah Almighty to reward the leadership of Saudi Arabia.