As part of the Nusuk launch this week, Saudi held meetings in Central Asian countries with roadshows in Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan. The delegation participating in the official visit was led by H.E. Dr Tawfiq Al-Rabiah, Saudi’s Minister of Hajj and Umrah and Chairman of the committee of the Pilgrim Experience Program.
As part of Vision 2030, the visit aimed to promote Saudi’s new and enhanced arrival procedures that will enable pilgrims worldwide to complete their religious journeys comfortably and easily. In addition, these new procedures will enrich visitors’ religious and cultural experiences.
The roadshows witnessed the signing of several agreements to facilitate procedures and develop greater air connectivity between Saudi Arabia and the two countries. These agreements and partnerships were made in line with improving the quality of services under the Pilgrim Experience Program, an initiative of Vision 2030.
The Nusuk e-platform offers a wide range of options and various accommodation and flight reservation solutions for all Muslims visiting the Two Holy Mosques, including visitors and Umrah performers.
Nusuk has been developed in partnership with an accredited and elite selection of travel companies in Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan, along with Umrah specialists, to improve service for visitors and Umrah performers.
Fahd Hamidaddin, Nusuk Managing Director, stated, “The launch of Nusuk is one of the most significant announcements since the Saudi eVisa in 2019. These trade partner agreements and new procedures will increase the number of visitors and pilgrims that Saudi will be able to welcome from Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan. In addition, partnerships with national and low-cost airlines will make travel to Saudi more accessible than ever.”
The Ministry of Hajj and Umrah launched the Nusuk platform – one of the initiatives of the Pilgrim Experience Program – part of the Kingdom’s Vision 2030 programs – in cooperation and partnership with the Saudi Tourism Authority. To enable Muslims wishing to perform Umrah or visit to issue the necessary visas and permits and book various packages and programs online.
In addition to a range of other services, with the aim of enriching the journey of the pilgrims, facilitating the booking procedures, and improving the experience of Muslims visiting Makkah and Madinah.
To view the services provided by the platform, please visit nusuk.sa.
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