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Morocco and Turkey Extend their Congratulations on the Success of the Hajj Season and its Health Safety
24 October 2013

A host of the heads of the delegations participating in the meetings of the 4th session of the Islamic Conference of the Health Ministry, currently held in Jakarta, congratulated the Government of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques on the success of this year's Hajj season, and its being free of epidemic and quarantine diseases.

Professor "Turan Posgan", the head of the Turkish delegation, extended his congratulations to the Saudi Arabia on its success in maintaining the health and safety of the Hajj performers. He attributed that to Allah's guidance, then to the strenuous efforts; and the preparatory scientific work the Ministry of Health (MOH) made before diseases break out, as well as treating and attending to patients swiftly and according to the scientific world standards. He went on to point out that abundance of the specialists in the hospitals located in Makkah and Madinah was highly instrumental in materializing this success. He further noted that efficient managing and the participating of the concerned international organizations contributed to this success as well; concluding his statement re-congratulating the Saudi Arabia. He also prayed Allah, the Almighty, to bestow everlasting guidance upon the Saudi Arabia, thanking its endeavors.


As regards the Head of the Moroccan delegation "Hassan Shetaybi", he congratulated the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia on the howling success of the Hajj season and its health safety, wishing it more luck. Guided by Allah's blessings, he ascribed such success to the effective preventive measures drawn up by the Saudi Arabia, and accurate, extended, and close follow-up to the Hajj performers' condition.  He also lauded the responding of the Islamic states and their adhering to the Saudi Arabia's instructions in terms of reducing the number of Hajj performers, namely with regard to not allowing those most vulnerable for catching diseases , such as the aged and the pregnant, to perform the Hajj rites.




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