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Saudi authorities approve 7 Haj projects

Saudi authorities approve 7 Haj projects

Makkah Emir Prince Khaled Al-Faisal signed the agreements

Saudi authorities have signed off seven projects related to Haj services in Makkah as the kingdom prepares for Ramadan.

Saudi Press Agency reports that the plans include the construction of a pedestrian bridge, restrooms, gates, fences and walls, boarding stations, the covering of drainage channels, preventing of rockslides and detours east of King Faisal Bridge.

Other agreements involve the amending of shuttle transport in Muzdalifah for serving pilgrims from Iran and non-Arab African countries, strengthening of barriers, scraping of asphalt from roads, leveling of Muzdalifah courtyard and construction of concrete barriers to separate pedestrian movement from vehicles.

Authorities are also implementing measures to facilitate the entry and exit of buses for pilgrims from non-Arab African countries in Arafat.

Makkah Emir Prince Khaled Al-Faisal signed the agreements.

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