AQR, in addition to investment on material facilities for the pilgrims, has made endeavor to raise the level of pilgrims’ religious knowledge.
In the course of a meeting with Kadhimiya shrine custodian which was held in the Velayat auditorium of the shrine, Hoj. Ahmad Marvi expressed hope for further cooperation between the two holy shrines on various subjects, especially cultural issues.
He stated that throughout the year AQR embraces nearly 30 million Iranian and non-Iranian pilgrims, most of whom come from Shia-majority Iraq.
“We have specifically allocated them a courtyard and a portico for the purpose of implementing their programs; however, all the courtyards and porticos serve all pilgrims,” he continued.
Speaking about facilities provided for Iraqi pilgrims, he pinned his hopes on the anticipated plans to serve them better and more diversely.