Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques provides relief to Hajj and Umrah sector

The Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques, King Salman bin Abdul Aziz, has approved a package of incentives for individuals and institutions affected by the Hajj and Umrah sector due to the Corona epidemic.

According to the Saudi Press Agency, these measures include measures to provide annual fee and tax exemptions to organizations and individuals providing services to pilgrims and pilgrims in various fields

These facilities are being provided to Hajj and Umrah services institutions that have been hit hardest by the Corona epidemic.

The incentive package to Hajj and Umrah institutions are part of the government's efforts to provide financial assistance to those most affected by the epidemic.

Among the concessions given to Hajj and Umrah institutions affected by Corona is a one-year exemption from municipal fees charged for the accommodation of pilgrims in Makkah and Madinah.

Immigrants working in Hajj and companies have been given a six-month rebate in the 'Al-Maqbal Al-Mali' fee.

The Ministry of Tourism will renew the licenses for a one-year stay in Makkah and Madinah at no charge. This period can also be extended

The stay of foreigners affiliated with Hajj and Umrah institutions has been postponed for six months and they have been given the facility to pay the fee in installments for one year.

Hajj and Umrah bus permits will be extended for one year free of cost.

Customs duty on new buses providing services on the occasion of Hajj season 1442 AH has been postponed for three months and they have been allowed to be paid in installments for four months.

It should be noted that Saudi Arabia has announced more than 150 incentive packages for the rehabilitation of the institutions affected by the negative effects of the Corona epidemic, for which an amount of one trillion 80 billion riyals has been allocated

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