Planning and Cooperation Council of Supreme Leader Delegation Office and Hajj and Pilgrimage Organization announced: “Housing rental of 2020 hajj pilgrims in Medina and Mecca is finalized.”
As reported by Hajj Information Base, in this session, which was chaired by Representative of the IRI’s Leader in Hajj and Pilgrimage Affairs and Supervisor of Iranian Pilgrims Hojjat al-Islam Seyed Abdolfattah Navvab, a member of 2020 Hajj Housing Workgroup Mr. Nasrollah Farahmand reported of finalization of the process for determination of hoteling rental of 2020 hajj pilgrims in Medina and Mecca. Referring to the topics of the negotiations with the Saudi party, he stated: “Around 90 hotels have been specified for residence of 2020 hajj pilgrims in Medina and Mecca.”
Mr. Farahmand added: “There have been savings in expense of Mecca-based hotel rentals in accordance with the instructions issued by Supreme Leader Delegation Office and Hajj and Pilgrimage Organization.”
Referring to preparedness of different executive units to enroll hajj registration voucher holders, head of Hajj and Pilgrimage Organization declared that: “For registration facilitation purposes, we have extended the time period during which pilgrims are permitted to submit their documents.”
In this session, Representative of the IRI’s Leader in Hajj and Pilgrimage Affairs emphasized on information-raising initiatives respecting different registration stages to promote service-presentation duties.
Hojjat al-Islam Navvab asked for a review on the content of the contracts undersigned with medical board members in the previous hajj ceremony.
He declared that “Duties and responsibilities borne by different units should be clearly defined. We should manage our facilities and save our budget.”
Further on, Messrs. Akbar Rezaei, Supervisor of Hajj Office, Mohammad Azad, Supervisor of Atabat Office, and Hossein Esmaeili, Director of Supervision Office to the Supreme Leader Delegation Office presented their reports concerning their jurisdiction.
Accordingly, Representative of the IRI’s Leader in Hajj and Pilgrimage Affairs uttered that “Problems should not reoccur. We should make our best efforts to provide highest levels of serenity and peace of mind for pilgrims.”