Hajj 2017: Saudi King Receives Heads of Official Delegations, Instructs Moroccan Minister to Convey Greetings to HM the King
The Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, received, on Saturday in Mina, the heads of official delegations who performed Hajj rituals this year, including Moroccan minister of Culture and Communication, Mohamed Laaraj.
In a statement to MAP, Laaraj said that he had transmitted to the Saudi King the fraternal greetings of HM King Mohammed VI as well as the thanks and esteem of the Sovereign for the efforts made by Saudi Arabia to allow pilgrims to perform Hajj rituals in a quiet environment.
On this occasion, King Salman bin Abdulaziz instructed Laaraj to convey his fraternal greetings and esteem to HM the King and the Moroccan people, highlighting the ties of fraternity and affection binding the two royal families as well as the solidity of the age-old fraternal bonds between the two peoples.
MAP 02 September 2017