Saudi Haj ministry renames Haj missions abroad
- Saudi Arabia: Sunday, January 27 - 2013 at 05:19
The Saudi Haj ministry has decided to rename its Haj missions abroad to differentiate between those missions and diplomatic and consular missions, Arab News has reported. The Haj missions are to be changed to "Haj Affairs Office," while the "Medical Haj Mission" is also to be changed to "Haj Medical Office," the ministry said. "It is hoped that all Haj affairs authorities in countries from which all pilgrims will embark will observe the usage of the new names in their correspondences and signage in their premises and pilgrims' accommodations by the end of Haj season 1433H," it said.
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