Moroccan king praises Saudi Arabia’s efforts in serving pilgrims

Moroccan king praises Saudi Arabia’s efforts in serving pilgrims
Morocco's King Mohammed VI waves after talks with France's President Francois Hollande at the Elysee Palace in Paris May 24, 2012. (Reuters)
Updated 19 July 2019

Moroccan king praises Saudi Arabia’s efforts in serving pilgrims

Moroccan king praises Saudi Arabia’s efforts in serving pilgrims
  • King Mohammed VI also urged Moroccan pilgrims to abide by the rules and regulations whilst performing Hajj

JEDDAH: King Mohammed VI of Morocco has praised King Salman’s efforts to serve Hajj pilgrims and provide services that allow them to perform their rituals with comfort and ease.

“We appreciate the generous efforts that our brother King Salman continuously makes to receive pilgrims and provide the best conditions for comfort and reassurance… and his keenness to improve the conditions of the Hajj constantly,” said King Mohammed VI in a letter to Moroccan pilgrims.

King Mohammed VI also urged Moroccan pilgrims to abide by the rules and regulations whilst performing Hajj.