[size=36][size=33]Iranian officials in Jeddah to discuss the "File" pilgrimage season[/size]
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Search and Minister of Hajj and Umrah, Saudi Arabia, Mohamed Saleh Bin Taher Benten, with the Iranian delegation subject of Iranians perform Hajj, which is a point of contention between Riyadh and Tehran, according to reports from the Saudi Press Agency.
The agency said on Thursday February 23, the Minister of Hajj and Umrah in Jeddah Saudi Arabia, received the President of the Organization of the Iranian Hajj and visit Hamid Mohammadi to discuss the affairs of Iranian pilgrims arrangements for the Hajj season this year.
The agency added that the meeting comes within the meetings held by the Ministry of Hajj and Umrah with all the delegations of pilgrimage affairs in the Islamic countries to discuss for the reception of pilgrims and their housing and their movements, and providing services that contribute to the performance of Nskhm with ease and contentment arrangements.
Iran announced on Wednesday it had sent a delegation to Saudi Arabia to conduct negotiations on the next pilgrimage season after pilgrims to miss 2016 season as a result of the escalation of tension between the two countries.
There was tension in the relations between Saudi Arabia and Iran after the death ofhundreds of people, mostly Iranians, in a stampede during the Hajj season in 201555.And it threw Iran's responsibility in the disaster on the poor efficiency Saudis regulators, boycotted last year's pilgrimage.
Relations have deteriorated sharply after it executed a Saudi cleric Alhieiaah God tiger Alnmervi January 2016, and the subsequent storming of Iranian protesters to the Saudi Embassy in Tehran, prompting the kingdom to break off diplomatic relations with Iran.
He informed Reza Salehi Amiri, Minister of Culture and Guidance of Iran, in a press statement, that "Tehran is seeking to preserve the dignity and guarantees the safety of Iranian pilgrims before they agree to resume sending them next season," which begins in late August // next August.
Iranian television said the delegation, which includes officials from the Hajj Organization and representatives of the Supreme Leader, Mr. Vinai, went to Saudi Arabia at the invitation of officials in the kingdom.
Iran announced on February 10, to receive an official invitation from Saudi Arabia to conduct negotiations on the participation of Iranian pilgrims.