ISLAMABAD: Dr. Nasir Bin Abdul Aziz Al-Dawood, the deputy interior minister of Saudi Arabia, came to Pakistan on Tuesday for a two-day official visit.
The Saudi Deputy Interior Minister was welcomed by Interior Minister Rana Sanaullah at Noor Khan Airbase, according to a statement.
The esteemed Saudi official was due to finalize and sign a contract for the “Road to Makkah” project during his visit.
This initiative is anticipated to be a significant step towards streamlining and simplifying immigration procedures for pilgrims, resulting in a smooth and trouble-free journey.
Dr. Nasir Bin Abdul Aziz Al-Dawood was scheduled to meet with Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif, the Federal Minister for Narcotics Control, and the Chief of Army Staff in addition to the signing ceremony.
Pilgrims will receive simple and hassle-free immigration amenities as a result of this project. The arrangement will facilitate 42,000 Hujjaj.
It is important to note that Saudi Arabia has started the “Road to Makkah” campaign in five nations, including Bangladesh, Malaysia, Morocco, Indonesia, and Pakistan.