Tahir Ashrafi Presents ‘Code of Conduct for Pilgrims’ Copy to Saudi Ambassador

Tue May 14 2024
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ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Ulema Council Chairman and Hajj Organizers Association of Pakistan (HOAP) Patron-in-Chief, Allama Tahir Mahmood Ashrafi, on Tuesday, held a meeting with Saudi Ambassador to Pakistan Nawaf bin Said Al-Malki and presented him a copy of the “Code of Conduct for Pilgrims”.

Tahir Ashrafi expressed gratitude to the leadership of Saudi Arabia, especially to the Saudi Crown Prince and Prime Minister Mohammad bin Salman Al Saud, for their unwavering cooperation concerning Pakistan’s affairs, the Route to Makkah programme, and the exceptional services extended to visitors and pilgrims by Saudi Arabia.

Ambassador Highlights Pakistan-Saudi Arabia Ties

Saudi Ambassador Al-Malki stressed that the relationship between Pakistan and Saudi Arabia epitomized brotherly ties, reflecting the profound bond between the leadership and people of the Kingdom with Pakistan.

He highlighted the unequivocal affection of Saudi Crown Prince Muhammad bin Salman towards Pakistan.

The envoy said that the Saudi leadership views it as a privilege to cater to the needs of visitors and pilgrims, dedicating tireless efforts day and night to serve the revered Guests of Allah.

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