S.Arabia accepts Iran conditions for Hajj: Iranian minister
Salehi-Amiri added that safeguarding the Iranian pilgrims' honor and respect is a top priority for Iranian officials.
He added that the first group of the pilgrims will leave for Saudi Arabia on July 31.
Iranian pilgrims couldn't attend the great religious ritual of Hajj in 2016 as the Saudi officials failed to ensure security for them based on provisions made by the Iranian officials after the tragic incident in 2015.
About 500 Iranian pilgrims were killed during a stampede in 2015 Hajj annual congregation when, according to reports, two large groups of pilgrims arrived together at a crossroads in Mina, a few kilometers east of Mecca, on their way to performing the 'Stoning of the Devil' ritual at Jamarat.
It is incumbent on Muslims to perform Hajj at least once during their lifetimes, if possible.
Source: Islamic Republic News Agency