Prince Khalid Al-Faisal, adviser to the guardian of the two holy mosques, prince of Mecca, denied the statements made by some media about the ban on Saudi pilgrims carrying out Hajj rituals, and stressed that such rumors had no effect on Kingdom.
"Such news does not affect us, and the Kingdom has announced more than once the willingness to receive pilgrims from any country in the world," Al-Faisal said in a press statement.
The emir of Mecca said on Thursday in a press conference quoted by the Saudi press agency: "Such news does not affect us, and the kingdom has more than once announced the willingness to receive pilgrims from any country in the world, and Sister Qatar was invited. to attend to her citizens this pilgrimage, The two holy mosques have contributed and said: "If Qatar allows this, planes can be sent to pilgrims for this purpose."
"Unfortunately Qatar prevented his pilgrims from attending, and we welcomed those who were able to reach Saudi Arabia the most welcome, and they are now on our pilgrimage this year."
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