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Saudi Arabia: Human Security Priority During Mecca Pilgrimage

Saudi Gazette Report

MAKKAH — Health Minister Dr. Muhammad al-Abdal Ali reaffirmed that Saudi Arabia places top priority on human security during its annual Mecca pilgrimage.

“The Kingdom has made great efforts to provide the highest quality medical services possible, along with advanced technical support for pilgrims. This is the utmost care of wise leaders. It’s a close follow-up, “he said in a speech at the epic Mecca Pilgrimage Symposium on the topic of” Human Security in Mecca Pilgrimage. “

Dr. Al-Abdal Ali said more than 25,000 medical personnel were mobilized this year to serve Mecca pilgrims. A total of 23 hospitals and 147 health centers have been prepared for pilgrims. This will be added to the 16 emergency centers on the Jamarat Bridge, apart from the placement of monitoring and control centers.

The symposium was moderated by Eng. Muhammad Ismail, CEO of a program that serves God’s guests. In his speech, Ismail mentioned the availability of specialized hospitals and medical centers to provide the best medical services to pilgrims. He also emphasized the importance of ensuring food and drug safety for pilgrims.

During his speech at the symposium, Dr. Hisham Al-Jadhey, CEO of the Saudi Food and Drug Administration (SFDA), developed regulations and transported food to the sanctuary in an appropriate manner.

He praised the Mecca Pilgrimage and the Ministry of Umrah for launching awareness-raising guides in several languages ​​to raise awareness of pilgrims.

In her speech, Dr. Hanan Bulky, Deputy Director of the World Health Organization’s Antimicrobial Resistance Division (AMR), described Saudi Arabia as an important strategic partner for WHO. She praised the kingdom’s bold decision in the light of the coronavirus pandemic to protect pilgrims and keep them safe to limit the spread of the coronavirus.

The Kingdom’s precautionary measures and preventive protocols were superior to any other country due to the accumulated experience of crowd management through the annual Mecca pilgrimage operation.

It is worth noting that the epic Mecca Hajj Symposium is one of the most prominent scientific events organized annually by the Ministry of Pilgrimage to Mecca and Umrah. The symposium began in 1390 AH, corresponding to the 1970s, with the aim of emphasizing the regional and international role of the Kingdom as a religious and cultural beacon.

It integrates the existence of two sacred mosques, the high status of the kingdom with the Mecca pilgrimage and the service of Umrah and pilgrims, and the interfaith dialogue and friendship between the various schools on a solid scientific foundation. It takes into account the central role.

Minister Hajj and Dr. Umrah’s Taufik al-Labia launched this year’s epic Mecca pilgrimage symposium entitled “Post-Pandemic Hajj: Ritual and Care” on Sunday. In his speech, Al Labia said that the annual Mecca pilgrimage spreads the noble message of peace, security and tranquility from Mecca to the whole world.

Health Complementary Muhammad al-Abdal Ali reaffirmed that Saudi Arabia puts human security first during its annual Mecca pilgrimage.

“The Kingdom has made great efforts to provide the highest quality medical services possible, along with advanced technical support for pilgrims. This is the utmost care of wise leaders. It’s a close follow-up, “he said in a speech at the epic Mecca Pilgrimage Symposium on the topic of” Human Security in Mecca Pilgrimage. “

Dr. Al-Abdal Ali said more than 25,000 medical personnel were mobilized this year to serve Mecca pilgrims. A total of 23 hospitals and 147 health centers have been prepared for pilgrims. This will be added to the 16 emergency centers on the Jamarat Bridge, apart from the placement of monitoring and control centers.

The symposium was moderated by Eng. Muhammad Ismail, CEO of a program that serves God’s guests. In his speech, Ismail mentioned the availability of specialized hospitals and medical centers to provide the best medical services to pilgrims. He also emphasized the importance of ensuring food and drug safety for pilgrims.

During his speech at the symposium, Dr. Hisham Al-Jadhey, CEO of the Saudi Food and Drug Administration (SFDA), developed regulations and transported food to the sanctuary in an appropriate manner.

He praised the Mecca Pilgrimage and the Ministry of Umrah for launching awareness-raising guides in several languages ​​to raise awareness of pilgrims.

In her speech, Dr. Hanan Bulky, Deputy Director of the World Health Organization’s Antimicrobial Resistance Division (AMR), described Saudi Arabia as an important strategic partner for WHO. She praised the kingdom’s bold decision in the light of the coronavirus pandemic to protect pilgrims and keep them safe to limit the spread of the coronavirus.

The Kingdom’s precautionary measures and preventive protocols were superior to any other country due to the accumulated experience of crowd management through the annual Mecca pilgrimage operation.

It is worth noting that the epic Mecca Hajj Symposium is one of the most prominent scientific events organized annually by the Ministry of Pilgrimage to Mecca and Umrah. The symposium began in 1390 AH, corresponding to the 1970s, with the aim of emphasizing the regional and international role of the Kingdom as a religious and cultural beacon.

It integrates the existence of two sacred mosques, the high status of the kingdom with the Mecca pilgrimage and the service of Umrah and pilgrims, and the interfaith dialogue and friendship between the various schools on a solid scientific foundation. It takes into account the central role.

Minister Hajj and Dr. Umrah’s Taufik al-Labia launched this year’s epic Mecca pilgrimage symposium entitled “Post-Pandemic Hajj: Ritual and Care” on Sunday. In his speech, Al Labia said that the annual Mecca pilgrimage spreads the noble message of peace, security and tranquility from Mecca to the whole world.

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