Foreign Ministry promotes tourism in Egypt in company of 12 accredited ambassadors in Cairo

Sami Hegazi
2 Min Read

As part of the efforts of the Ministry of foreign affairs within the state plan to work to increase the incoming tourist traffic to Egypt and to invest in Egypt’s distinctive tourism assets, Ambassador Dr. Hazem Fahmy, assistant foreign Minister for American affairs, and 12 accredited ambassador in Cairo representing the American countries on a visit to Sharm el-Sheikh on 17 and 18 this September.

The ambassadors met with Major General Khaled Fouda, governor of South Sinai, and also visited the “Ras Mohammed Reserve” to learn about the city’s excellence in tourism and Environment at the global level.

The Ministry of foreign affairs prepared a complete dossier in Spanish and distributed it to the ambassadors during the visit, which included a full explanation of the national strategy for Sustainable Development “Egypt’s Vision 2030”, in addition to the Egyptian government’s efforts in the field of climate change, including reducing carbon emissions, transforming the city of Sharm el-Sheikh into a green city and expanding the establishment of air pollution monitoring stations to work on reducing solid particles.

For their part, the ambassadors participating in the visit expressed their admiration for the tourism capabilities of the city of Sharm el-Sheikh, in addition to following up on the efforts of the Egyptian government in establishing giant projects such as fourth-generation cities, modern environmentally friendly transport, presidential social initiatives such as “decent life”, the transport network for new roads and bridges and other projects.

Share This Article