Egypt, Saudi Arabia discuss strengthening bilateral cooperation in tourism

Daily News Egypt
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Egypt’s Minister of Tourism and Antiquities Ahmed Issa met with Director General of International Relations at the Saudi Ministry of Tourism, Sultan bin Muhammad Al-Musallam, on the sidelines of the 25th meeting of the Arab Ministerial Council for Tourism at the Arab League in Cairo.

The meeting aims to discuss ways to enhance cooperation between the two brotherly countries in the field of tourism, by activating a number of tourism initiatives, including the tourism education and training initiative, and the development of tourism activities and joint marketing programmes.

The Saudi delegation included Vice President of the Saudi Red Sea Authority for Digital Transformation, Khalid bin Fahd Al-Thunayan; Advisor for International Relations, Abdulaziz bin Saleh Al-Gharib; and Advisor to the President of the Red Sea Authority, Ayman Ibrahim Al-Ibrahim.

From the Egyptian side, Deputy Minister for Tourism Affairs, Ghada Shalaby, and Assistant Minister for Technical Affairs, Youmna Al-Bahar, attended the meeting.

This comes within the efforts of the two parties to activate bilateral partnerships and enhance regional cooperation in the tourism sector.


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