RIYADH: Madinah Gov. Prince Salman bin Sultan on Monday visited the Prophet’s Mosque and different historic mosques within the holy metropolis.
He was accompanied by Hajj and Umrah Minister Tawfiq Al-Rabiah and Fahad Albuliheshi, CEO of the Madinah Area Growth Authority.
Prince Salman, who’s chairman of the authority, inspected the Holy Rawdah prayer challenge on the Prophet’s Mosque.
He counseled efforts to streamline providers for guests and worshippers, enhancing the general expertise and guaranteeing an unforgettable keep for friends.
The challenge goals to enhance the customer expertise and streamline appointments. Targets embody optimizing the appointment course of, introducing a date-reading system, bettering providers by way of the Nusuk app, and coaching a specialised crew for crowd administration.
Prince Salman additionally visited Al-Ghamama, Abu Bakr Al-Siddiq, and Umar bin Al-Khattab mosques, restored by the authority. These tasks enrich the pilgrimage expertise, reflecting the Kingdom’s dedication to historic website rehabilitation.
The governor highlighted ongoing look after historic mosques, initiated by the late King Abdulaziz and continued by King Salman, together with restoration below the Program for the Care of Historic Mosques.
Prince Salman visited Quba Mosque, inspected Jadat Quba (Quba Avenue), and close by growth tasks masking a 3.6 km stretch connecting the Prophet’s Mosque and Quba Mosque.
The governor reviewed the preliminary design idea for the challenge led by Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman to develop the Quba Mosque and its environment. This historic enlargement, the biggest since its institution, seeks to extend the mosque’s whole space to 50,000 sq. meters, accommodating 66,000 worshipers.
Prince Salman additionally visited Al-Ayniah Venture, Suwaiqah Souq, and explored providers supporting entrepreneurs in numerous handicraft fields, together with coaching, incubation, manufacturing, and advertising.
He toured handicraft workshops and mentioned Al-Ayniah Venture’s incubator providers, providing manufacturing and manufacturing gear. Moreover, he visited Suwaiqah Souq’s retail areas, which recreate the historic attraction of Madinah’s historic buildings and markets.
Prince Salman additionally inspected handicraft merchandise and souvenirs crafted for Madinah’s friends and guests, contributing to the empowerment of younger ladies within the retail sector.