Najran (IINA) - The Wadiha border crossing in the Sahara district of Najran in Saudi Arabia continues its 24-hour operation of receiving Yemeni pilgrims to perform their Hajj in ease and peace, following instructions from the Kingdom's leadership, and under the supervision of Najran Governor Prince Jalawi bin Abdul Aziz.
The pilgrims' entry is being facilitated through biometric passports and an accelerated signing and stamping procedure to let the pilgrims pass without delay.
The General Directorate of Medical Services in Najran is offering all medical services to pilgrims, including vaccines, medicines, necessary prevention services and educational brochures on hygiene and health care practices during Hajj.
The Saudi Red Crescent Authority (SRCA), along with 11 ambulatory assistance centres situated on the way of the pilgrims is fully prepared and ready to assist pilgrims with all medical services and ambulances.
Yemeni pilgrims expressed their gratitude for the Kingdom's efforts, services and projects, and praised its role in assisting the Yemeni people so they can perform their Hajj.
Source: International Islamic News Agency