The Qatari Haj Mission participated in the annual meeting of the heads of Haj affairs offices in the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) countries.

During the meeting, held at the Kuwaiti Haj Office, the heads of the GCC Haj offices discussed topics related to the Haj season. They focused particularly on sharing experiences and successes, as well as ways to enhance cooperation between the Haj offices to benefit the pilgrims of the member states.

In this context, Deputy Head of the Qatari Haj Mission Ali bin Sultan al-Musaifri, emphasised the utmost efforts to care for and serve Qatari pilgrims, utilizing all resources to ensure they can perform Haj smoothly and easily.

Al-Musaifri highlighted the Qatari Haj Mission's commitment to collaboration, communication, and coordination with other GCC Haj missions.

He called for the formation of working committees from the GCC Haj campaigns to hold regular meetings to explore ways to enhance cooperation mechanisms, unify visions, and share successful experiences. This would allow each campaign to benefit from the others' expertise and experiences, thus improving their operational mechanisms and services, ultimately benefiting all pilgrims, he pointed.

He also praised the efforts of the Saudi Ministry of Haj and Umrah for its excellent organisation and cooperation with the GCC Haj offices, which has significantly facilitated many tasks and eased the process of serving the pilgrims.

For his part, Head of the Kuwaiti Haj mission, Dr. Bader Hajar al-Mutairi affirmed that the Gulf missions share many common aspirations, goals, and visions that benefit the pilgrims. He noted that each country has valuable experiences that others can learn from to improve their performance.

He added that these meetings and interactions reflect the spirit of cooperation, coordination, and fraternity among the Gulf states. They are crucial for leveraging the experiences and expertise of each Haj mission and for discussing new proposals that could enhance operations and add new services, ensuring that Haj is performed under the best possible conditions.
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