Saudi Crown Prince affirms, ‘Serving the guests of the Two Holy Mosques is a Noble Duty’


Riyadh — Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman (MBS) affirmed that serving the guests of the Two Holy Mosques is a noble duty, Okaz news reported on Saturday.

MBS said during his reception of well-wishers on the advent of Ramadan on the Friday evening, “Our duty is to serve the guests of the Two Holy Mosques, and the numbers multiply the effort of everyone in this country, and God willing, the reward will be for all the people of the country”. 

Okaz report stated that, Prince Muhammad bin Salman’s reception of citizens at the beginning of the month of Ramadan reflects his deep appreciation and pride in the Saudi people, whom he described many times as “the most precious thing this country possesses”. 

He affirms his keenness to strengthen social ties with all members of society, especially in this holy month, in an affirmation of the sublime human values ​​that consolidate the nature of the relationship between the leader and the sons and daughters of his people, which is characterized by cohesion, loyalty and loyalty.

The citizens of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia have always occupied the forefront and priority in the conversations and conscience of Prince Muhammad bin Salman. Because of their important, constructive and vital role in serving the country and supporting its ambitious development projects, His generous reception of them today reinforces this mutual loyalty between the leadership and the people.

The convergence of the wise leadership with citizens in the various regions of the Kingdom represents an ancient means of communication established by the leaders of this country from its founding until the prosperous era of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques and his trustworthy Crown Prince. .

The meeting of the Crown Prince with scholars and citizens embodies the strength of cohesion, solidarity, loyalty and loyalty between a rational leadership and a generous people, and reflects the great interest and care of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques and his trustworthy Crown Prince for scholars and citizens throughout the country.

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